Whether it's a gaming laptop, or an Ultrabook, your notebook is useless if it don't has any juice. Here are the laptops that last the longest on a charge.
Deleting stuff in Dropbox isn't exactly straightforward. Here's how to properly do it and clear up some space in your account in the process.
It's been a while in coming, but Microsoft has pushed out a new, improved version of Outlook for Mac for Office 365 subscribers. The other apps in Office for Mac won't be updated until 2015.
Google is rumored to be working on a brand new feature for Android that simplifies the task of sharing photos, links and other data between smartphones — and iOS will be supported too.
For the first time, Google's new Nexus smartphone isn't a bargain. It has gone from an impulse buy to one we must consider; think about. Once we have, is it really worth buying at all?
Definitely not the best week for space travel, Virgin Galactic's tourism rocketship SpaceShipTwo suffered a malfunction earlier today and crashed in the Mojave Desert near Kern County, California.
Ideal for anyone that dislikes the modern style of current smartwatch design, HP's new smartwatch opts for a classic style while still providing various types of digital notifications.
In an interview with Fortune, Amazon SVP of Devices David Limp confirmed that there will be future iterations of the company's failed Fire Phone. Limp admitted that Amazon messed up when it came to pricing, though it hopes to improve.
British automaker Lister came back from the dead in 2013 after a nearly 25-year sabbatical. Now, the company is planning a $3.2 million, 1000-plus horsepower hypercar with a 7.8-liter engine.
Rather than forcing you to scour through forums and crowdsourced answer sites, Fountain allows you to video chat with home improvement experts on-demand
This week we discuss offensive costumes, boobs on Street View, cheating with a math app and Elon Musk's comments about 'demonic' artificial intelligence.
If you're not a fan of the iPhone, Sprint has added the Samsung Galaxy S5 and Galaxy S5 Sport as part of its smartphone leasing program. You can lease either handset for $20 a month, on top of a Sprint plan.
Fresh off the announcement of the Mazda2, Mazda is reportedly planning a Mazdaspeed variant of it, as well as the Mazda2, Mazda3, and Mazda6. The brand may have a Mazda6 Coupe in the works as well.