As support for Windows XP ends, Adventures in Tech offers a eulogy to the last of the great operating systems
With support for the 12-year-old OS coming to a close, Adventures in Tech delivers a video eulogy, and explains why no operating system will ever match the significance of Windows XP.
Today, Google's RSS reader is kaput. Maybe most don't notice, maybe some are relieved not to have another box with 396,955,428 unread items. But the loss casts a shadow over a stalwart contingent.
Dong Nguyen, the developer of the crazily popular Flappy Bird app, confesses to Forbes why he decided to put the kibosh on his little birdie.
It might be years too late, but at least those who own media will soon be able to copy it onto their computers legally.
Panasonic recently announced it would no longer manufacture plasma televisions. For many experts in the industry who care deeply about TV picture quality, that came as major news. Here are a few of their reactions, in their own words.
In a video that is as educational as it is amusing, a man cases an Illinois pizza joint, smashes the glass, but the iPad simply won't budge.
With the exit of Mitsubishi from the TV market earlier this week, the RPTV is dead. Here's a look back at the last TV that isn't flat.
Jaguar's pipe and slippers image is fading fast. That, in part, is thanks to making its cars a little bit mad, as it has with the XKR-S.
The interactive TV service began life in the mid-'90s as WebTV, one of the first set-top box services to offer Internet access via television sets.