HoloLens delivers a robust and surreal augmented reality that will leave even a VR skeptic slack-jawed.
At a Microsoft press event in Redmond, Wash., Microsoft's Joe Belfiore shows apps like Office, PowerPoint, Music and Maps running across multiple screens.
CES goes to the dogs as we learn about the new features of Tagg's GPS pet tracker, with the help of service dog Henry and his owner Janet.
At CES 2015, Qualcomm shows the power of its Snapdragon 810 processor, designed to make it possible to play more complex games on smartphones and tablets.
Apple's Craig Federighi shows off Continuity with a call to TV personality Stephen Colbert.
CNET got a demo of how Apple Pay will work on iPhones at checkout scanners and online for iPad users. The service debuts Monday, October 20.
The company feels it's cracked the OLED TV code, and it's using the IFA show in Berlin to make its point.
Microsoft is looking for love, your love, and it might just get it. Also, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk gets more money, and BlackBerry CEO John Chen makes a ridiculous request. All that and more in this look back at the week in tech.
Windows 10 on smartphones will look a little cleaner and behave a little better than before, but the biggest changes Microsoft made to its all-in-one OS come from the phone, not the other way around.
At its Windows 10 event, Microsoft shows off a convincing prototype that floats 3D images before your eyes and can change the look of real-world objects. So where does it go from here?