Recall of nearly two million boxes of Cheerios reveals increasing complexity of supply chains.
Three years ago, Congress was considering banning Huawei hardware due to concerns over spying. Today, Google has chosen to make a Huawei-built phone into its flagship Nexus 6P. What are the security implications for American users?
Fear of carrier commitment? No problem. Apple now sells SIM-free, unlocked iPhone 6s and 6s Plus handsets; a great option for business travelers and SIM switchers.
Microsoft's big Windows 10 launch heads the week's most interesting tech news. There's also a surprising change in the Google (now Alphabet) code of conduct, more support for Apple hardware from Microsoft, and big news for LastPass users
The merger of the two password management firms has sparked an outcry from LastPass users, some of whom say they refuse to do business with LogMeIn.
This is not just a refresh with sixth-generation Skylake processors: Dell is also bringing XPS 13 styling and infinity displays to the 15-inch laptop market, and adding a 12-inch tablet/keyboard combo.
We examine the facts and figures behind Microsoft's recently announced Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book devices.
Those planning on getting the iPad Pro in a few weeks should be aware of the limited options Apple is offering. These include the pricey LTE model.
Beyond smartphones, this year Japanese firms have taken a shine to robots (surprise, there), projection, displays and connected home systems.
Last month, I was leaning towards going "all in" on iOS with an iPad Pro. Microsoft and Dell have made that decision much more difficult with new 2-in-1 products.
Modern computing as we know it would not have existed without Dennis Ritchie, father of the C programming language and co-creator of the UNIX operating system.