The staying power of the aging-out Windows XP was evident in January, according to Net Applications. The much maligned Windows 8.1 gained some ground too, though.
A down-on-its-luck home electronics company saw its stock go through the roof today. The only reason? Its stock ticker is almost the same as Twitter's.
Internet retailer says it erred when it informed customers that their wireless video-streaming device might not be delivered until the end of October.
The contents of Chancellor George Osborne's famous red briefcase gets early exposure as the Evening Standard erroneously tweets its front page ahead of time.
Newly anointed BlackBerry global creative director Alicia Keys was formerly a big Apple nut, complete with an exclusive app on iOS.
Churning out dozens of videos a day is exhausting and difficult work, but the magic of video editing makes it look so easy. Take a peek behind the curtain and see what it looks like before the magic.
Researchers at Vanderbilt University have created a "thinking cap" that electrically stimulates the brain to increase its ability to learn from mistakes.
Oops! The social network says it was wrong when it sent an e-mail to many users saying that their passwords had been reset in response to a security issue at another site.
Crave writer Amanda Kooser kisses her Windows XP machine farewell and turns to Windows 7 for comfort, but not without worrying about the transition. At least a little.
Many users received an unusual-sounding email from Twitter explaining that it had reset their passwords after a suspected security breach. Now the company says it went too far -- but doesn't explain the breach.