But 2-in-1 devices will see a surge in growth. Tablet shipments may have played out---especially if enterprises opt for 2-in-1 PCs.
Microsoft officials say Windows 10 is now installed on more than 75 million devices, just less than a month after its rollout began.
Worried about the lack of removable battery or expandable storage? Maybe you shouldn't be.
Travel data in Gmail will automatically create calendar events for Google Apps users. Will it raise the privacy issue with Google again? Probably.
Spending on cloud security tools like encryption and access management is rocketing thanks to worries over sensitive data hosted by cloud providers.
If you insert the S-Pen stylus into the Galaxy Note 5 the wrong way there's a good chance that you'll damage the pen or the device. Samsung's advice: Follow the instructions in the user guide.
Map Maker is back for a total of 51 countries, including the US and UK, but users in dozens of nations won't be able to access it until Google finds new regional leads.
HP rolled out all-flash systems starting at $19,479 as it aims to push more solid-state storage in the enterprise.
Polymaker CEO argues that better filament, and not necessarily better desktop machines, will unlock the disruptive potential of 3D printing.
Germany's top court for patent disputes agrees that Apple's 'swipe to unlock' feature on iOS devices should never have qualified for a patent.
In Palestine, incubators and funding for tech startups are on the rise.
Is clothing the next threat to enterprise security?
As Microsoft cuts jobs in its mobile divisions, the company has released two new internet-connected Series 30 phones aimed at first-time buyers.
The Dutch startup will be aiming to take its Internet of Things platform to new markets.
The code repository has mitigated a new DDoS attack following a crippling salvo experienced in March.
The firm's new critical system protection portfolio is specifically designed for Internet of Things devices.
Bulletproof reported a 59 percent lift in revenue following strong results from its managed public cloud business.
Unlike its tiny Next Unit of Computing form factor, the company's slightly bigger new board gives you the ability to swap processors, though you're still limited to integrated graphics.