It was a high-flying year in tech, with sky-high valuations and acquisitions, but there's also been plenty of controversy. Here are the biggest stories from the year.
The tech industry had a banner year in 2014, with sky-high valuations and acquisitions, but there's also been plenty of controversy. Here are the biggest stories from the year.
By releasing the controversial film on the Internet before it hits theaters, Sony has turned the comedy into Hollywood's first mainstream testbed for delivering movies straight to your home.
Did you just get a gift card for something you'll never use? There's a site for that.
The NFL and Facebook will share revenue generated from the video ads, which will show up in news feeds, according to The Wall Street Journal.
It's the film that got North Korea's goat and turned Sony Pictures inside-out. Crave's Anthony Domanico streams it to see if it's worth the fuss.
For some people, a gadget is all they have at Christmas to make contact with others. It's they who deserve thinking about most.
Check out this guide to network activity in the Windows Resource Manager, and how to look up processes you don't recognize that are using bandwidth.
Twitter wants to keep a list of the apps on your device so it can tailor the app based on your interests. Check out this guide to learn how to turn off this feature.
The BitLit app will give you free or cheap e-book editions of the print books you already own. Well, maybe some of them.
Call it a Christmas miracle for the First Amendment, or perhaps Sony again bowing to pressure, this time from Washington instead of terrorists. Either way, the movie will be released to some theaters.
New analytics feature in Twitter's iOS app tells you how many people checked out each of your tweets and took the time to retweet them or click on a link.
Under pressure? These will deliver on time
With plenty of top-notch retailers offering digital gifts, you still have time to salvage your gift-giving reputation.