Turns out SimCity 2013 isn't a Windows-only title after all. A Mac version is planned for spring, and it features cooperative play capability with Windows users on the same server.
In an effort to encourage students to create software, Google is giving thousands of Raspberry Pi mini computers to UK schools.
Best Buy launches it Winter Doorbuster sale, knocking a whopping $200 off of Apple's MacBook Air for two days only – and while supplies last.
Within a couple of years, Intel will launch 14nm chips, some of which will be manufactured in its yet-to-be-built factory in Ireland.
Apple is struggling to meet market demand for the new all-in-one iMacs, and Tim Cook admits the shortage might persist throughout the first quarter of 2013.
China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology wants tech companies to pursue mergers and acquisitions in order to reach Lenovo's current sales figures within a couple of years.
Amazon's new in-app billing service makes it super easy for you to make impulse virtual purchases.
Designer Peter Zigich created a concept of the Mac Pro based on ARM architecture. Although it's likely just pipe dreams, it's still fun to ogle over.
Microsoft's Surface Pro tablet and its accessories will hit the market on February 9. The Surface RT will also be released in 13 new markets in the next few weeks.
The special introductory price for Windows 8 upgrades will no longer be in effect starting February – and the upgrades' permanent pricing is not exactly wallet-friendly.
HelloSign for Gmail is a helpful tool, but there are many other e-signature apps you can use to sign any electronic document without having to waste paper and time.
Here's something all you productivity nuts will love: a way to easily and quickly sign documents directly within your Gmail account.
If the rumor about Lenovo's entry into the Chromebooks space is true, you might be getting a Chromebook from your company instead of the usual Windows laptop this year.
Good things sometimes really do come in small packages. Foremay's new tiny SSD can fit inside a laptop and has a humongous 2TB storage capacity.
Despite reports that overall PC sales in the U.S. declined last holiday season, Apple's Mac shipments were up by 5 percent, according to research firm Gartner.