Face it: No matter how large your hard drive is -- how many empty terabytes you had when you first bought your PC -- you always seem to fill it right to the brink. If you're bumping up against your PC's
This summer in Rio de Janeiro, we're likely to see awe-inspiring displays of physical prowess. What we're unlikely to see is the mental work that goes into those jaw-dropping accomplishments. Everyone
Microsoft killed off its touch-friendly Skype app for Windows 8 last year, and decided to build separate messaging and video calling apps for Windows 10 instead of a universal app. It's now changing its
At an event in New York today, Samsung announced that its first Windows 10 2-in-1, the Galaxy TabPro S, will go on sale starting tomorrow for $899 – and this one brings the keyboard. The device was first
Glassdoor sifted through the salaries reported by employees who have these jobs, limiting its search to salary reports from the past year, to come up with median salaries. The website also looked at the
One way of combining the necessity of getting to our workplace with success is to spend the time reading or listening to books. Here are my suggestions for great business books to read or listen to during
(CNN) — What is email? Seems like a silly question. Before the explosion of social media, it was simply the way people communicated on the Internet. But the effect was astounding: Email destroyed the traditional,
"Improves system stability" is the name of the game for the latest Surface Book and Surface Pro patches. The myriad problems with Microsoft's Surface Book and its Surface Pro 4 tablet are well documented,
When we reviewed Microsoft's Surface Book back in October we noticed a number of weird issues. Bluescreens and driver crashes occurred frequently, and the docking app for the display crashed occasionally.
The messaging platform's push on all things Valentine's Day continues. Animated emoji with music composed by Paul McCartney is't the only way Skype wants you to connect for Valentine's Day this year. the
Following Netflix’s international expansion to a total of 190 regions worldwide, security software firm Symantec reports there’s a growing demand for stolen Netflix passwords. According to Symantec, hackers
Checking in on a family member in 2016 is much easier than ever, and perhaps less invasive, too. We don't have to call or text to see that Sally hasn't left the house or that Dad is driving and should
Microsoft's Windows 10 updates have been constant and regular since the operating system's release in July last year. While updates are always welcome, Windows 10 users don't really know what's changing
The company is betting on a new technology trend it calls "detachables." Lenovo is making products it calls "2-in-1" and "4-in-1" solutions. Instead of having to buy both a tablet and a computer, for their
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Samsung put NFC tags in a suit for some reason. We've already seen some crazy product concepts from Samsung's secret labs, but the company also had a few more unique wearable ideas over at its CES booth.
Let’s try to put CES into perspective. It was probably the largest in history, with over 170,000 attendees. About a third of the attendees were from overseas (thanks for the boost to the domestic economy!).
It seems that BlackBerry isn’t alone in wanting to revive the QWERTY keyboard for mobile phones, as Norwegian company One2Touch has just unveiled its own physical keyboard accessory for the Samsung Galaxy
Microsoft is planning to make LTE access a little easier soon, thanks to its own SIM card. The software giant is currently testing a cellular data app that lets Windows 10 devices connect to various mobile
In these healthy-ish times, no one better embraces the clean and simple approach to food than Jeremy Fox. Let the chef of Santa Monica’s Rustic Canyon wine bar show you how to be a better (and healthier)