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My family’s Wii served a long and noble role as a gaming system for years, but now it is mostly used for streaming Netflix, Hulu and occasionally YouTube....
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Samsung is the largest manufacturer in the world of devices using Android, the most popular mobile OS in the world. Yet they chose Tizen OS for their three...
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Is there a way to use Chromecast with a Surface RT tablet?
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Anyone know what the XBox One software updated changed or improved? I’m still on the fence between an Xbox One and PS4, although at this point in the...
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Sony announced that they are releasing an updated version of the PlayStation Vita handheld. There have been 3 versions of the PS3 and the successors have...
Have an idea for a song, but no keyboard or instruments handy? There's new software launching soon to fix that.
Google's Sundar Pichai said the company is focused on helping devices work together across all categories.
A portable music player that promises better sound fidelity than MP3s is set to launch on Kickstarter with backing from veteran rocker Neil Young.
In today's accessible technology roundup: Japan develops a wearable computer controlled by facial expressions, a high school student is engineering solutions to improve the web for the color blind and the EU wants to make government websites accessible
With Google Glass starting to pick up steam, Sony doesn't want to get left too far behind.
It’s time to update that old chestnut about March weather for the digital age
Microsoft really wants you to buy an Xbox One instead of a PS4. If their TitanFall bundle does't entice you, how about a bundle that includes Forza 5 at no extra cost?
Also the return of music videos, Project Spark hits beta and the PS4 has sold over 6 million units in 4 months.
A fake version of Netflix that steals personal data and sends it to Russia has been found on several phone models
PCs are losing relevance, and Intel is struggling for a foothold in phones. So why not go straight to wearables, and get in early?