Google has announced a number of updates to Docs, Calendar, and Drive that use artificial intelligence to improve overall workflow. For example, Docs and Slides will now be getting the Explore feature that was available in Sheets last year.
Two reports reveal that Ubisoft will take its time with the next "Assassin's Creed" and "Far Cry" installments, indicating new games may not arrive in 2017. As reported earlier, Ubisoft is getting out of the routine of releasing sequels…
Accessories for the Steam Controller and Steam Link set-top box have appeared on Steam, allowing customers to change the look of these devices. Also provided is a wireless receiver, a carrying bag, and a battery door replacement.
The final major update to Tribes: Ascend is now available, bringing the first-person shooter up to v1.4. However, maintenance patches will still roll out for the foreseeable future, covering weapon balancing and game-crashing bugs.
Google executive Diane Greene officially rolled out Google Cloud and 'G Suite' today, the latest re-brands of popular Google services. Today's change is, apparently, about making it clear Google is dedicated to the cloud.
A new Ethernet standard was announced today, promising to supercharge your home and office networking. Someday. Unfortunately for your home network, the new standards are going to hit enterprise customers first.
Routers and security cameras are to blame for the recent spate of record breaking DDOS attacks against a number of online entities. At their peak, they topped 1.1 terabits per second of data, eclipsing totals that people didn't think were…
The Bluetooth SIG currently lists a Surface-branded ergonomic keyboard submitted by Microsoft that will be based on Bluetooth LE 4.2. This seemingly backs previous rumors that a Surface all-in-one PC will arrive in October.
Do you have your Core i7 CPU ready? Your 16 gigabytes of RAM and your GTX 1080 graphics card? If so, here's what Titanfall 2 will look like when you get your chance to play it at the end of October. In one word: it's glorious.
HP chief operating officer Jon Flaxman said that the company will release new firmware in the next few weeks to fix the ink cartridge block. The company originally implemented a feature blocking untested, third-party cartridges.