The 32GB Microsoft Surface tablet could only have about 20GB of storage, thanks to a hefty Windows operating system hogging the space.
The free 20GB of storage Apple offered MobileMe users in iCloud is set to end this month, so get backing up or start shelling out.
The cloud storage service makes its biggest change in three years and tweaks its paid accounts in hopes of appealing to more companies.
The wireless carrier is testing a cheaper version of plans offered by AT&T and Verizon Wireless, underscoring the notion that it's moving away from being simply the "unlimited data" carrier.
Microsoft more than doubles its free cloud storage and goes deep for Office 365 users, saying what's most interesting is what goes on top of all that storage space.
Big improvements to iCloud are coming which promise to make it easier to keep photos neatly organized and easily accessible in the cloud. But there are a number of iOS photo apps that have already embraced the cloud.
Many of the features in Apple's latest mobile operating system appeared first in Google's OS.
The Photos app will allow users to have on their Macs all of their images and videos in their original format and resolution taken across devices.
Microsoft isn't giving up on Kinect. It wants players to think of its console with the motion camera as the true Xbox gaming experience.
Adobe still sells perpetual licenses for Lightroom for Mac and Windows. The new iPad adjunct, though, comes only with subscriptions costing at least $10 per month.