Intel's new 4th-gen processors, code-named Haswell, will be coming to a PC near you in the latter half of 2013. Should you wait for their release before buying your next computer? Here's what you need to know.
Google just announced it will be expanding its gigabit Internet to Grandview, Missouri, after its Board of Aldermen said "Yes" to bringing the fastest Internet speeds in the U.S. to its residents.
If you like Google Now and own an Apple computer, you'll love this new discovery found in hidden codes by a Chromium expert. The codes suggest implementing rich notifications on OS X, indicating the impending arrival of Google Now for Mac.
Leaked screenshots of the updated Google Maps suggests that the classic sidebar will be giving way to cards and a full-screen map. Google Maps may also integrate with your Google+ network for recommendations.
Inbox Zero forces you to deal with every email immediately in the quest for peace of mind and productivity. But does it work? I put it to use to find out.
An Acer executive has tipped the Acer W3 Windows 8 tablet for launch on June 4. Recently leaked through Amazon, the W3 is set to be one of the first, small Windows 8 tablets, and could cost just $380.
OpenStreetMap is trying to beat Google at its own game using a combination of satellite data and a community of cartographers. Today, OSM and MapBox released a new map editor called iD that allows aspiring cartographers to edit OpenStreetMap's map database and…
During Adobe's MAX conference in Los Angeles, the company announced two new hardware endeavors called Project Mighty and Project Napoleon that are designed to work with Adobe's touch and tablet apps.
It's been six months since launch, so it's time for an update from Microsoft's chief marketing and financial officer Tami Reller. The number of Windows 8 licenses sold is already on par with Windows 7, and the Windows Store is now more than 60,000 apps strong.
Microsoft's Chief Marketing and Financial Officer Tami Reller reveals that the upcoming update to Windows 8 won't be free, will be geared for both Windows 8 and RT, and will be optimized for mini slates.
A new study has shown that 35 percent of Google's all-time product line has been shut down, with social products and acquisitions faring the worst. The Google Reader, as well, is scheduled to be shut down later this summer.
Sony announced a new series of aluminum-encased laptops called "Fit" that supposedly has features comparable to the company's more high-end computers despite its entry-level price point. The company also announced its 2013 refresh of its All-in-One Tap 20…
Sony's new VAIO Fit E series laptops feature solid and basic (but attractive) design and a wide range of configuration options, including a full HD touchscreen. But beware: adding a bunch of expensive components doesn't always make for a better laptop.
- Pros: Attractive, streamlined design, Comfortable keyboard, Qu...
- Cons: Glossy display not bright enough to mitigate reflections...
At its MAX conference today, Adobe announced that it will abandon Creative Suite boxed software development in favor of its Creative Cloud online apps and subscription-based model. Don't worry, all your favorite apps like Photoshop will still be there.
Asus CEO Jerry Shen confirms his company is finally jumping on the Chromebook bandwagon, now that the Chrome OS is maturing as a platform and gaining momentum in schools and governments - though not (yet) with consumers.