The US search giant has launched a reward program for South Koreans making in-app purchases from the Google Play store.
The Australian government demonstrates its can't-do attitude to computering yet again. Requiring all agencies to follow the Australian Signals Directorate's 'best advice' is just too hard.
The e-commerce giant will withdraw its domestic marketplace from China in July to focus on its other profitable businesses within the country, according to a report.
For less than a $100, you can have an open-source powered, easy-to-use server, which enables you -- and not Apple, Facebook, Google, or Microsoft -- to control your view of the internet.
Every installation of Windows 10 includes a huge collection of built-in apps. Some are Universal apps that are updated from the Microsoft Store. Others are legacy apps that hang around because other programs expect them to be there. If you prefer a tidy system, many (but not all) of these apps can be uninstalled, especially if you prefer a third-party alternative. This gallery offers a comprehensive look at how to unclutter your copy of Windows 10.
A report claims that Samsung's $2,000 Galaxy Fold smartphone launch has been delayed worldwide while the company addresses issues relating to the durability of the display.
The browser wars may not be as important as they once were, but Microsoft's adoption of Chromium could help it return from the Edge of irrelevance.
Female technologists feel their employers don't value diversity in the workplace and are not doing enough to support women in the sector, a study says.