Microsoft Office 2016, the latest version of the long-running productivity suite, will introduce the first all-news Mac suite in five years and a variety of cloud-focused enhancements.
Microsoft recently re-branded Windows Store apps as "Windows apps," from the previous "Universal apps." This is the latest in a long tradition of name shuffling, but the challenges faced by Windows 10 remain the same.
Mark Zuckerberg, through Facebook, has started an initiative called Internet.org that aims to bring the web to places lacking access. Just one problem; it seems the plan is meant to benefit Facebook more than anyone else.
All current forms of digital storage have flaws that make them a poor choice for storing data over thousands of years. It turns out the key to extreme long-term storage may not be more advanced electronics but instead a natural phenomena found in every living…
The legacy of Windows RT continues to haunt Microsoft. The company's newest operating system, Windows 10, is trying a different approach to combining the desktop with mobile, but does it make the same fundamental mistakes?
Microsoft's "universal apps" are meant to allow the use of a single application across a wide range of devices, from smartphones to large desktops. Office 2016 might benefit more from the feature than any other software, but will it actually work?
2014 saw a massive surge in malware attacks, racking up billion of dollars in damages. While security firms are scrambling to counter the threat home users, businesses and even governments are left vulnerable.
Despite a lackluster showing at CES 2014, Intel has doubled down on RealSense and VoiceAssistant, redoubling its effort to make alternative inputs a reality.
Growing demand for storage has kept hard drive manufacturers on their toes and led to a far lower price-per-gigabyte for most drives. How will hard drive makers keep up with global demand that will soon exceed 5,200 gigabytes per person?
Most solid state drives claim they can endure twenty or thirty gigabytes of writes, but recent tests have shown the limits often far exceed those numbers. In fact, some SSDs simply refuse to die.
Microsoft's newest version of Windows looks promising and could heal many of the wounds inflicted by Windows 8.1, but will it be enough to put PC sales back on track?
Microsoft will likely reveal Windows 9 to the world on September 30. Here are five things we expect to see with the new OS.
We ran some tests with Intel's newest graphics drivers. What kinds of performance benefits can they offer? Learn more here.