Google's annual I/O developer conference starts tomorrow, and the tech rumor mill is at full tilt with speculation. Here's what we know about what may be coming to Chrome OS this week.
Fred Armisen may have written the Saturday Night Live sketch that made fun of the Google Glass a few weeks ago - but was he on point with the real deal? Here's a video of him trying the real Glass out for the first time.
Forget about emulating retro games or managing your bike's headlight. This official camera from the Raspberry Pi Foundation can help your Model A or B mini-computer capture 5-megapixel stills and 1080p videos at up to 30 fps.
We can all stop calling Microsoft's upcoming operating system Windows Blue now that Tami Reller, the CMO and CFO of Microsoft's Windows Division, confirmed that its official name will be Windows 8.1. You'll be able to take the OS for a spin when the preview…
Yes, you read that right. Microsoft is adding Google Talk to Outlook.com, SkyDrive.com, Calendar, and your People contact list so you can Gchat your friends without leaving its services.
Microsoft tried to kill the start menu – and failed. Third-party developers have resurrected it with a hoard of Windows 8 start menu replacements. Which is best? We've tested three popular options to find out.
OpenStreetMap is an open source community mapping project that uses a combination of satellite images and human input to create maps. One contributor, MapBox just released a new map editor for OpenStreetMap called iD, and we went hands on with the software.
Google triples cloud storage capacity to 15GB (30GB for Google Apps users), and lets users decide how to allocate the space between their Gmail, Google Drive, and Google+ Photos accounts.
Besides the Start button and boot-to-Desktop feature, other changes that may be coming to Blue include making the Charms menu more accessible, adding built-in tutorials, and giving this update to Win8 users for free.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates has spoken about his relationship with the late Steve Jobs. During an interview with Charlie Rose for 60 Minutes, Gates commented on how Microsoft and Apple differed, and talked about one of his last meetings with Jobs.
The start of Google I/O is now a little less than a month away, and if the keynote presentation is anywhere near as exciting as last year, we're in for a treat. In anticipation of the big day, here's a roundup of everything Google could unveil.
Sony's delving into the education side of things with its new 'Digital Paper' flexible e-reader. Though currently a prototype, the 13.3-inch E ink device is intended for use at universities. With an included stylus, the device is designed for textbook reading…
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Spring has sprung and it's time to clean up your computer. Cleaning both the inside and outside will make it run efficiently and help extend the life of its physical components. From cleaning the hardware to tidying up the software, we'll help you get your PC…
Managing media can get overwhelming when you have a crapload of files. Today's DT Deals is huge savings on the Windows software Nero 11 to help you back up and burn your files with ease.