A so-called Li-Fi network can transmit data 100 times faster than regular Wi-Fi, as long as nothing gets in its way.
Software and Services
With 4K torrents emerging from Netflix and Amazon, Hollywood’s attempts to down 4K video may be short-lived.
Reddit has decided to honor 'Do Not Track,' a feature that will ensure that it does not download third-party analytics on to browsers that enable the option to access its online discussion website and other services.
HP Enterprise's decision to expand its partnership with Microsoft is a vote of confidence in Windows 10, an analyst said today.
Grand opening celebrations for the first Microsoft Store in Australia take place today as its Surface Book, Pro 4 and Microsoft Band hit its minted store shelves.
Google further clarified its position on the future of the Chrome and Android operating systems on Monday, saying Google is bringing together the best of both but with no plans to phase out the Chrome OS.
Instances of Apple OS X malware are soaring this year, already totaling more than five times the number tallied over the previous five years combined, according to an in-house Bit9 + Carbon Black tally.
Grand opening celebrations for Microsoft’s Pitt Street store in Sydney will take place at mid-day on 12 November.
Microsoft's series of guides to the core Office 2016 apps are surprisingly brief on some key topics, which is surprising given how much the company needs new users to take up this software.
Netflix has landed on Samsung's Gear VR headset, and it's both wonderful and slightly disappointing.
Microsoft's venerable Office productivity suite has been a key component of most major companies' workflows for years, if not decades. On Tuesday, the company released the next major update for the suite.
Live streaming to YouTube Gaming could be in the works for Google Play Games, while Photos may get more collaboration tools.
Sharing your streaming video password with the world isn’t good for much more than a laugh.
The Windows Store needs more users, so the company’s built app discovery into the very fabric of Windows 10. It seems to be working.
But you won't be able to use Facebook's Dislike button to let your uncle know his racist posts are unwelcome.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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