commentary The usability expert branded Microsoft's new operating system "disappointing." But his approach would lead to the kind of incremental improvements that have dogged Microsoft for years.
A technology review Web site claims Intel solid-state drives slow considerably after extended use.
Paper trails alone aren't enough--states also need to step up their post-election checks on their systems, argue researchers at two prominent law schools.
Speaking in the UK, Steve Wozniak believes iPad Air doesn't have enough storage. And, as for the Retina Mini, he's not keen on that either.
The misspellings, the illogic, the ignrence (sic) oh, they're all there in the "Muppets Most Wanted" trailer.
A Corning Glass executive does not think very highly of sapphire crystal as a protective material for displays. That was made crystal clear at a Morgan Stanley conference.
Two years later than planned, Microsoft's new graphical operating system went on sale November 20, 1985. It wasn't worth the wait. But a bigger story was soon to unfold.
Before the deal is finalized, Microsoft and Nokia need to clear a few regulatory hurdles, not least dealing with its own shareholders.
Intel CEO Paul Otellini had a parting message for Microsoft: Windows 8 requires "training" and faces an "adoption curve," he said.
We play with a Wii U and an Atari at a high-tech hotel, take the iPhone 5C for a day on the town, and wonder how our GoPros have survived after all we've put them through.