Brash cans-maker Beats wants to pull the cord on its relationship with hard-up HTC, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.
The company apologizes after an Instability forces it to take the preview version of a synchronization tool offline earlier than expected. The service syncs files on mobile devices, the Web, and PCs.
Ever notice suspicious crumbs or hairs on your keyboard and feel the overwhelming need to clean it immediately? Now you can without unplugging your keyboard or turning off the machine.
A 16-year-old is stripping down a family computer, which is unplugged. He dies. An autopsy reveals electrocution burns.
Afraid turning off your phone or computer for an extended period will cause your inbox to explode? Try it, and you might be surprised -- more relaxed, too.
Whether you've been caught up in the "Hunger Games" frenzy or emerging from a 24-hour tech detox, get back up to speed with Crave's week in review.
Ignore the 10-minute warning and you'll find that your toaster, computer, or smartphone has been unceremoniously evicted from its wall socket, by the socket itself.
Google axes health records and home energy use-monitoring services, citing lagging adoption.
Tonight marks the start of the second annual event designed to encourage us to "check out" rather than "check in," and put aside all mobile devices for 24 hours.
Al Jazeera streams Egypt protests while people turn to old-fashioned landlines, faxes and ham radio to get information in and out of the country.