If you're still feeling a bit frustrated with the Microsoft's Edge browser, or have run into a serious problem, take a look at these common issues and the solutions that can help you get back on track.
Venmo and PayPal are going after the likes of Android Pay and Apple Pay -- PayPal, Venmo's parent company, has announced that it will let users pay for things in store using both PayPal and Venmo starting in early 2017.
In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on that it's almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of everything. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech stories from…
The U.K.'s EE network has begun rolling out new 4G technology that will allow users to theoretically get speeds of up to a whopping 450Mbps. In the real world, EE says it was able to realize speeds of 360Mbps, still far more than most home…
Amazon is reportedly adding push notification support to its Alexa virtual assistant this fall, but is worried Alexa might get rather rude when suddenly blurting out information, especially with company around.
Despite objections from the likes of Comcast and AT&T, Nashville's Metro Council has advance its proposal to bring Google Fiber to the city, moving it one step closer to a reality after a long, drawn-out legal situation.
You, just you. That’s the tagline anyway, that Vivaldi is “not for everybody, just for you," and today’s update lives up to that promise with three new features designed specifically for your preferences.
Starting in January, Google Chrome will warn web surfers when HTTP sites don't secure form fields used for entering their credit card numbers and passwords. It's part of Google's roadmap for eventually labeling all HTTP sites as non-secure.