Could an attractive avatar convince you to moderate your eating style?
I have to admit that it has been a while since I last used a Chromebook. Even my beloved Cr-48 has been collecting dust in a row of abandoned notebooks in a corner of my office.
The National Center For Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) has opened its Blue Waters system to the science community.
The old and new president of the U.S. has taught us over the past four years how he believes technology issues should be integrated into the government's policy.
We are not exactly surprised that MIPS has been acquired since the company was shopping for a buyer for several months.
Emulators are a fantastic tool to get antique Atari ST, Amiga and C64 games to run on your PC. In the future, there may be an emulator that is solving ARM headaches.
Gefen has upgraded its HDMI range extender and now enables 1080p full HD with 3DTV pass-through to be transmitted over just one CAT5 cable instead of two. The range remains at 330 feet or 100m.
Microsoft was just granted the rights to a more elaborate display driver update that does not require a computer system to reboot.
Oprah's endorsement can move mountains. Microsoft should consider options to increase the production of its Surface tablet.
Mozilla announced that current Firefox Beta versions now come with a feature that forces HTTPS connections to certain sites via HSTS (HTTP Strict Transport Security).
Google is reportedly facing antitrust allegations over restricted access to smartphone patents the company owns.