According to various reports, the next version of Windows, codenamed Threshold, will reportedly arrive in March 2015. Notably, Threshold will incorporate a variety of features targeted at Windows "desktop" users who predominantly do work with their machines using a keyboard and mouse.
An Apple engineer has confirmed that the "Handoff" feature that was recently demonstrated at the WWDC 2014 keynote will only work on newer Mac computers.
At WWDC earlier this month, Apple for the first time shared the possibility of making headphones that plug directly into its proprietary Lightning connector. This would entail the use of a "Lightning headphone module" and offer higher quality digital music playback in place of the venerable 3.5mm analog-only audio jack.
A developer has discovered what he says is a split-screen feature in iOS 8, Apple's next major revision of its operating system for the company's iPhone and iPad devices.
Last year, we reported that more than 100,000 servers are vulnerable to remote attacks via the Intelligent Platform Management Interface, or IPMI, protocol that could allow hackers to gain complete access to them.
Intel is working to completely eliminate cables from computers in the coming years, and hopes to leverage its next-generation "Skylake" platform to lead the wireless initiative.
Apple on Wednesday released the official schedule for its annual Worldwide Developers Conference this year, a sold-out event that will be held at Moscone West in San Francisco, Calif. While full...
Microsoft on Tuesday took the wraps off the latest iteration of its Surface tablet. If you have not read about it yet, the Surface Pro 3 is a 12-inch device--bigger than its predecessors.
Split-screen multitasking is likely coming to the iPad with iOS 8, according to a new report on 9to5Mac.
Google this week took the wraps off a lineup of more than 20 new Chromebook devices that are powered by Intel microprocessors, a remarkable increase from just four Intel-powered models late last year.