It took four months, but Windows 10 is now more widely-used than Windows XP by one metric.
Stories by Jared Newman
Slowing Windows 10 adoption may explain why updates will become automatic next year.
Office 2016 release date is confirmed for September 22
BlackBerry will rededicate itself to physical keyboards as the company tries to regain its footing.
After releasing the "prototype" Chromebook Pixel earlier this year, Google has gone the opposite way for the mass market with the lightweight, low-powered Chromebook 11 from HP.
A federal court's ruling against MP3 resale service ReDigi could be bad news for Apple and Amazon, who've both considered setting up their own stores for second-hand digital content.
To help the Internet move on from usernames and passwords, Google wants to put a ring on it.
Internet activists are sounding the alarms on the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, or CISPA, a bill that's headed for a vote in the U.S. House of Representatives.
In a new ad campaign, Microsoft is showing acceptance for Internet Explorer's dark past, calling it “the browser you loved to hate.”
Google is giving Android app developers a lot more room to work with, expanding the maximum Android app size from 50MB to 4GB.
The antenna on Apple's iPhone 4S has gotten a clean bill of health, more than a year after its predecessor was plagued by a problem that came to be known as Antennagate.
A model described as being among "The Skankiest in NYC" by a user of Google's Blogger service has won a court battle to obtain the anonymous poster's identity.