Microsoft will take the wraps off a "consumer preview" version of its Windows 8 OS at an event in Spain later this month.
Android malware is on the rise. But Google says its new 'Bouncer' system has already been successful in repelling waves of spammers and phishers.
The Lumia 900, Nokia's new Windows Phone, could hit shelves in the US as soon as March, according to one reporter.
The Wii U is expected to hit shelves later this year. In the meantime, Nintendo showed off its new console at the CES show in Las Vegas.
Carrier IQ, a California company founded in 2005, could be logging the keystrokes and text messages of millions of mobile phone users.
In the future, your Xbox 360 could double as your cable box.
Warning: Windows 8 looks very different than Microsoft's past operating systems. At an unveiling Wednesday, the company explained that Windows 8 is designed to run on all sorts of desktop and mobile hardware. That adaptability might give Microsoft a leg up in the tablet arena.
Apple 'is not going to change,' according to new CEO Tim Cook.
An iPad HD is on the way, one tech site says. In related news, people are really, really happy with their new iPad, HD or not.