Reddit has chosen to offer some of its stats from 2014, showing that they are a step closer to becoming the "front page of the internet," with a nice infographic for your pleasure.
...of Windows wonders, Spartan's Edge, Apple Watch woes and Grooveshark's fin
Hands on with LG's new flagship phone, the G4
Review of Zen Studios' Avengers: Age of Ultron pinball
Xiaomi Piston 3.0: Unbelievable sound at an unbeatable price
Windows 10 Insider Preview build 10074 rolls out
For the first time in years, consumers are more satisfied with Samsung's smartphones than they are with Apple's iDevices - adding another layer to the already heated smartphone war.
It looks like Christmas has come a little early this year as Steam has begun its annual holiday sales. The first day has some incredible titles at incredible prices.
Bing was pretty good at making predictions in 2014 with Cortana correctly predicting almost all the results of the football World Cup and more. What's in store for 2015? The Bing team explores.
Google has released an in-depth list of its top search trends for 2014, including a country-by-country breakdown. Terms topping the global list include 'iPhone 6,' 'Ebola,' and even 'Flappy Bird.'
With the year nearly over the social network is looking back at some of the biggest events of 2014 and how those were shared by millions of people around the world on its platform.
While we get ready to close out the year, YouTube has unveiled a video that hopes to encapsulate some of the best moments, memes, and people that made 2014.
Microsoft's new Bing Trends 2014 site reveals some of the year's top web searches in various categories, with popular searches from several parts of the world, including the US, UK, India and Japan.
Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference starts on Monday, June 2nd with a keynote introducing new Apple products. The event is about software so we'll likely see new version of iOS and OS X.
Google has ousted Apple as the most valuable brand, according to a survey. Apple's brand value fell by $148 billion, a drop of 20%, while Google's grew to $159 billion, a 40% increase over 2014.
This year's US consumer satisfaction scores are in, and apparently American's aren't happy with their internet service providers. Although you're probably happier if you're a Samsung smartphone user.
Apple's freshly released MacBook Airs have been benchmarked and the results are mixed. Processor speed has increased due to Intel's lastest Haswell chips while memeory performance has decreased.
It looks like 2014 will be another awesome year for tech fans, with new devices galore and major OS updates on the horizon. Here's our top-10 pick of what to look forward to in the year ahead.
From Windows Phone 8.1 and the Surface Mini, to the return of the Start menu and a new CEO, 2014 promises to be another exciting year at Microsoft. We take an in-depth look at what's on the way.