Technically Incorrect: The Republican presidential candidate would even prefer an Apple Watch over apple pie. Can America cope with such heresy?
Google just released a new way to keep your email organized so you can spend more time being productive. Read on to learn how to use all the new features of Inbox by Gmail.
A seventh grader's science fair project turns into a quest to develop a customizable low-cost printer for the blind.
The click-and-save service for Web sites changes its look, letting users group items in tiles rather than in a sequential list, in order to help them navigate their snips more easily.
A new launcher can make your Android feel like a brand-new phone, especially if you're using one that is styled after a different mobile OS.
If you want to read while you're traveling (or when you turn off your data connection to save battery), you'll need to download the material to your device. Follow these five quick steps to find out how.
Microsoft's Live Labs team's new service lets users upload and share images or entire sites using Seadragon tech, which it acquired in early 2006.
We round up 10 hot new start-ups pitching their wares at Vator.tv's Juice Pitcher event.
The group is being "restructured," with half the folks being sent to Microsoft's product teams. Gary Flake, hired away from Yahoo three years ago, will remain head.
In an ad on major news Web sites (for now, those of the Times and the Journal), Microsoft tries to hammer home Windows PCs' price advantage over Macs.