Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has been reproached for falsely advertising certain parts of its recently released handset, the Redmi Note 2.
What do you get when you put open-source software and flash drives together? The first open-source software-defined storage array.
The newly formed Alliance for Open Media hasn't officially announced that they see VP9 as the next-generation media format, but sources indicate that will be the case.
If you're a hosting provider and you have a major failure, that's okay. We all have bad days. But if you fail to communicate well with your customers, that's inexcusable.
You can now order your own Moto X Pure Edition: An unlocked phone with flagship features that works on nearly any carrier and starts at $399.
More customization options and a pair of sizes, plus two-day battery life are all part of the Moto 360 refresh. Exercise enthusiasts can opt for the GPS-enabled Sport edition.
Atlantis Computing is looking to disrupt the converged infrastructure market with an all-flash appliance combining its own software-defined storage technology and a choice of hardware vendors.
Expect to hear about and see the iPad Pro next week but hold on to your wallet: The large tablet may not be available until November.
If you want a 4K display in the palm of your hand, Sony's new Xperia Z5 Premium is right up your alley with a whopping 806 pixels per inch.
Google is bringing what could be arguably its greatest superpower to Docs through a new function called "Research."
Hewlett-Packard's new line of personal and small business inkjet printers are IoT-enabled devices that have supplies which are ordered automatically and billed on a per-page basis. Will consumers and SMBs bite on this new pricing model?