A rundown of the Microsoft's upcoming Windows 10 Anniversary Update, due this summer, including some new features available in the latest Insider build.
Want to make your wireless connections safer and faster? We review nine free Windows apps that can help you monitor performance and safety at home, in the office or in the wild.
With its Lumia 950 smartphone, Microsoft has also introduced the initial version of its Windows 10 interface for phones. But while both are interesting, neither is earth-shaking.
Microsoft’s 'Fall Update' promised to put the finishing touches on Windows 10 -- it doesn’t
From Nano and Docker to software-defined networking and storage features, the next version of Windows Server is packed with great additions
Lots of new features in Apple latest version of OS X. Upgrade and get an improved Mac. It’s really that simple.
Long available in rivals such as Google Docs, real-time collaborative editing finally comes to Microsoft Office, along with a handful of other useful improvements.
Office 2016 adds new collaboration capabilities to the Office suite, primarily in Outlook and Excel. But many apps remain virtually unchanged from Office 2013. A suite of free Office Mobile apps that ship with Windows 10 make investing in Office 2016 a tough decision.
Apple has finally introduced watchOS2, an OS update for its Watch that delivers new watch faces and new features like Time Travel and Nightstand mode.
Want to know if that important email was actually read -- or ignored? These six Chrome extensions let you track your Gmail.
It's faster and more secure, it'll use less power, and it doesn't need as much space as iOS 8 did. Just get it!
With the new Office 2016 for Mac, Microsoft has finally brought the OS X version of its office suite up to the standards of the Windows product. We take a close look at the preview.
The best Windows 8 Start menu replacements bring their Win7-inspired magic to Windows 10. Which should you choose?
Windows 10 is now available for consumers, but for IT executives thinking about enterprise deployments, here's what the upgrade path from Window 7 or Windows 8/8.1 looks like.
We may as well refer to Windows 10 as a date, or an hour, as much as an operating system. It's a moment in time. A month from now, it will have changed, evolved, improved. But right now? Microsoft has shipped an operating system that was meticulously planned and executed with panache, but whose coat of fresh paint hides some sticks and baling wire.
Apple announced OS X 10.11 El Capitan at its annual Worldwide Developer Conference, due to ship in the fall but with a public beta release to follow this summer. If you're just too excited about El Capitan to wait for fall, your chance to try out the next generation of OS X is coming this morning. Today, Apple will release the first El Capitan beta to users who have joined its public beta program.
Every once in a while, there comes a bit of tech that lets you do what you're already doing, but in simpler and more effective ways. After using the Apple Watch for a month, I've decided that the watch is that kind of product. If you're already in the Apple ecosystem, chances are that you'll want one.
Microsoft has been racing to put the final touches on Windows 10 before its expected release date in late July. There have been three public updates in the last month: Builds 10061, 10074 and 10122. At this point, the interface and features for the new operating system are essentially set -- on May 20, Gabe Aul, engineering general manager at Microsoft, <a href="https://blogs.windows.com/bloggingwindows/2015/05/20/announcing-windows-10-insider-preview-build-10122-for-pcs/">wrote about build 10122</a> on the company's official blog: "From here on out you'll see fewer big feature changes from build to build, and more tuning, tweaking, stabilizing, and polishing."
It's seemed like a long wait from when rumors of the Apple Watch first emerged two years ago to April 10, 2015, when Apple began accepting pre-orders. I was one of the lucky early purchasers and my Watch has finally arrived. So was all that anticipation worth it?
Now that the Apple Watch is here, does it do enough useful things to be a standard item for executives, road warriors, and other digital denizens?