The final beta of Microsoft's new operating system has been released.
When it comes to voice-activated technology, nothing seems more appropriate than in-car situations.
If you use Chrome and you don't like the idea of Google tracking your every click and website visit, you will soon have a "do not track" option.
Google has integrated its new social networking platform with its voice-over IP service.
The "he said, she said" game is running rampant in the tech world today. Granted, this time around it seems more like The Daily versus Microsoft.
Microsoft is reportedly set to submit an iPad-optimized version of its flagship Office suite to the App Store for approval.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is actively seeking developers to code a platform capable of monitoring social networks for threats.
The latest version of Apple's Mac operating system will function more like an iPad than its PC predecessors.
That classic colored flag of red, green, blue, and yellow is being kicked aside for Windows 8.
Google teased a "big announcement" for its television-based operating system yesterday, but it turns out it's just a Youtube app update.
Of all the big trends in cyber space, there's one that Google has been notably left out of - cloud storage.
That iconic little button at the lower-left corner of your computer screen is soon to be no more.
Apparently the Department of Homeland Security has nothing better to do than to monitor what vacationing tourists post on Twitter.
The man at the head of the giant microblogging site says without Twitter, candidates will suffer.
It seems Youtube still hasn't reached its saturation point yet.
Apparently the next major evolution in Microsoft operating systems is about nine months away.
Just when you thought your Facebook news feed was the one online outlet where you weren't inundated by ads, Facebook is looking to change that.
Beginning tomorrow, you'll be able to tap into free WiFi access at major airports across the country, courtesy of Skype.
There is perhaps no better metric for determining the hottest trends of the year than by looking at Google search data.
Facebook has just launched a new tool that aims to present a clearer and more complete picture of someone based on their years of social activity.