A week of Windows 10, holograms and Exploding Kittens on Mars
Office 2016 launching this year, touch apps coming soon
Microsoft reveals the next version of Windows 10
Introducing Windows 10 for phones
Hands on with HoloLens
Download: Windows 10 build 9926
Google has been in negotiations with the EU for a while. It appears that the EU, however, disagrees with Google on what should be done regarding Google's violation of antitrust regulations.
Smartphone theft has been an issue, especially with high end phones, such as the iPhone and Samsung Galaxy line. Now California has decided to pass a new law to deal with and hopefully fix the issue.
Malware has been found in several store-based systems over the last year. Apparently, UPS is the next company to face the issue of malware stealing customer data.
Sometimes, the law is behind technology. However, the first state to ratify the United States Constitution just became the first state to make a step towards rectifying that issue.
Sprint, one of the largest carriers in the United States has announced a new plan to make it more competitive with the other US carriers. Other carriers might have something to worry about.
Market share for mobile Safari rose by six percentage points, ensuring a lead once again in the browser wars on mobile devices. Mobile IE and Android browsers gain share, while the desktop remains stagnant.
Windows Service Packs have been a part of most modern Windows versions for quite a while. There are hints, however, that service packs may be killed off. The era of "constant updates" is here.
Apple had recently gained a sales ban on Samsung Galaxy Nexus devices in the United States. That ban has been reversed by the appeals court. Looks like the battle will continue.
Microsoft has released an update for Office 2013/Office 365 via Click to Run and Office Update , Microsoft's deployment and updating mechanisms for the preview version of Office.
Yesterday, Neowin covered the rumor that the next MacBook Pro would have a Retina display. Now, there are additional rumors that the MacBook Air and iMac will recieve the same treatment.
You already knew Facebook and Twitter can hurt relationships with friends, family, or your significant other. Facebook and Twitter may hide another danger: They can hurt your credit score.
Steve Jobs and Apple have been the recipients of multiple memorials of all kinds and sizes since his death. Now the first statue in his memory has been erected, but not at the Apple Campus.
Verizon has responded and fixed the issue affecting its 3G and 4G data users that started last night.
In the past, malware creators have focused on the PC industry and often ignored the mobile industry. However, that is about to change, according to mobile security firm Lookout. The reason: money.
Box.net wants to be your storage provider in the cloud. They are so interested in this that they have now become partners with HP, the largest PC maker in the world.
Siri has many uses on the iPhone 4S. It answers questions and checks weather. Now it can start your car (with tweaking).
Boxee, maker of the Boxee entertainment software and the Boxee Box, is set to release a USB TV tuner for the Boxee Box. It will enable live, over-the-air HD broadcasts. Just don't cut your cable yet.
Many of us have been here: You are driving down the road and you realize that you left your smartphone or laptop at the last place you were, or someone may have stolen it. What can you do?
Microsoft has revealed the progression of Windows Update and is outlining its use in Windows 8, partly due to the annoyance of the automatic restarts that Windows Update performs in Windows 7.
The lovely folks at iFixit have already torn apart a new Motorola Droid Razr to test its ease of repair. Let's just say that repairs are not user-friendly at all.
Internet Explorer's total market share has now dropped below 50 percent for the first time, with further decline a possibility.
More bad news for Sony today. They have not only a suffered security breach once again, they also have issued a new recall notice for BRAVIA LCD TVs. Apparently, the TVs can overheat and melt.
BlackBerry services are down, once again. For most users in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, email, messaging, and web are unavailable, with little word from RIM on the status of things.
A judge made a ruling on Monday that suggests that educational institutions are allowed rip DVDs and stream them. The judge dismissed the lawsuit that claimed the DMCA was violated by the practice.
The announcement has officially been made. Microsoft has now unveiled its Xbox Live TV service and also a list of partners. The announcement is definitely groundbreaking in of itself.
Here's a twist for you: Net neutrality supporters file a lawsuit protesting net neutrality. Apparently, they beat Verizon and Metro PCS to the punch.
Microsoft has announced that the Zune online subsciption service is coming to Canada. In addition, Microsoft will also drop the price of a Zune Pass to $9.99/month in the US.
Once again, Righthaven faces more legal trouble. A Colorado judge has tossed Righthaven's lawsuits in Colorado; not only that, he's forcing them to pay court costs.
This laptop from Samsung claims to be a powerhouse portable. Can it really be one, or is it all for show? Find out as Neowin puts the Samsung RC512-S01 through its paces.
In June 2010, the U.S. Government seized the video-sharing site NinjaVideo.net. Two weeks ago, the government filed charges, and a co-founder of the site has now pleaded guilty.
Some U.S. Senators have raised concerns about OnStar saying that it will continue to collect data from cars even if the customer has cancelled their OnStar service.
According to an analyst, iOS 5 will reach "golden master" status during the week of September 23-30. The same analyst says that the iPhone 5 will be launched mid-October with no major design changes for the iPhone 5.
DigiNotar, the Dutch certificate authority, was hacked recently, generating fake security certificates for hundreds of websites. Adobe has a solution: Patch DigiNotar out.
According to a tipster, Nintendo is in "development hell" with the next version of the console. Developers are still having their own troubles as well.
Several signs point towards another delay in AMDs Bulldozer platform, at least for the desktop versions. Inside sources say that the processors will be delayed until Q4 2011.
Android is a big draw for developers. Amazon wants a piece of the development pie and hopes it can coax developers into coming to their Android App Store by giving out credits for any of its web services.
Another lawsuit bites the dust. iCloud Communications, the company that filed a lawsuit in June against Apple over the iCloud storage service, has withdrawn its lawsuit and changed its name.
Google has set aside $500 million in anticipation of a settlement over illegal ads by online pharmacies. The settlement comes as a result of a United States Department of Justice investigation into Google.
Microsoft has been awarded three new patents for its Windows Phone operating system, including one called "Sychronized Media Experience". This follows the awarding of the Metro UI patent to Microsoft.
The Roomba robot has a new competitor. Meet the Smarbo, made by Toshiba Japan. Those not in Japan are out of luck.
After hearing about the smartphone appearing on other networks, the BlackBerry Bold 9900 has appeared on T-Mobile and is the first 4G BlackBerry on T-Mobile.
Skype has launched a new Wi-Fi finder app for iOS devices, known now as Skype WiFi.
NVidia drivers are causing major problems with 2010 MacBook Pros that are upgraded to OS X Lion, leading users to complain en masse to Apple.
One juvenile found out the hard way that using someone else's Facebook account can get you in some very hot water.
VMware has announced pricing changes for its flagship vSphere 5, but it may not be enough to stop a mass exodus.
More vulnerabilities have been found after Stuxnet infected Iranian programmable logic controllers designed by Siemens.
Apple will give out USB sticks that have Lion on them if you meet the requirements. Otherwise, expect to shell out or do-it-yourself.
MPEG LA says that 12 companies own patents essential to Google's VP8 video codec. What will it cost Google to keep the codec royalty-free?
Apparently, Apple's newest MacBook Air has a smaller, cheaper Thunderbolt controller to power the single Thunderbolt port. The chip is dubbed Eagle Ridge, according to AnandTech and has a part number of L123TA46. The regular...