Whether you're looking for a tablet just to watch videos on, or one to replace your laptop -- 2020 is off to a promising start.
eCh0raix ransomware gang returns with a new wave of attacks against QNAP NAS devices.
Satya Nadella's company claims its purpose is to play well with others. But some say it's become "sharp-elbowed" again. Should we be surprised?
A new study shows just how much valuable information we freely give away.
An executive order from the White House challenges the legal protections for the content published by social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram.
I've noticed that no matter whether I'm setting up a new iPhone or iPad, or a new Android device, it's the same five apps that I install first.
In this week's Jason Squared, Jason Perlow and Jason Cipriani discuss social media's enormous power to complement, coordinate and escalate actions in the physical world. What has this past week taught us about the peril and potential of this still immature mode of communication?
The fate of nations may depend upon the contributions of brave patients willing to risk their lives for treatments and vaccines. The technology that supports them, like most everything else, has been ravaged by the pandemic.
Anyone who's ever read the comments here knows that the answer to every tech problem is "Switch to Linux." If you're curious about what Linux is and how it works, Microsoft can help.