Is Windows RT dead? Is the desktop going away? What's "Threshold" got to do with it? Here's Mary Jo Foley's latest attempt to try to make sense of where Microsoft's Windows roadmap is leading us.
The US has reached an absurd level of smartphone dependence. One in seven people in a study say they'd forfeit friends for a week before their smartphone.
Lots of interest, a lot of caution, and not much worth buying...yet. This is what we saw in wearables at this year's CES.
There's an endless number of Bluetooth speakers at CES 2014 and they come in all shapes, sizes and colors. We're rounding up the most interesting ones we can find.
This new bulb sounds interesting, but we see some glaring problems with the company's approach.
Brian Eno and Karl Hyde have launched an interactive augmented-reality app to accompany their new record, "Someday World".
It's small, it fits on a finger, and it aims to revolutionize universal gesture control for everything in a smart home. It's either that, or it's a killer pointer for executive presentations.
It may be the biggest technological sea change since the Internet, one that reshapes how our average day unfolds, our personal safety, and the use of land resources.
A fan signs up for a text service from the NFL's Bills. The agreement says he'll get no more than five texts a week. When the team sends 13 in two weeks, the fan sues -- and wins.
Awaiting actual numbers from Apple, 32 analysts polled by Fortune get in on the iPhone sales guessing game.