Interesting stuff that didn’t fit into our big cover story.
IE is a good browser these days, but its maker is still trying to overcome its not-so-good reputation.
Apple is never going to be a company that makes a phone for everybody. But with the iPhone 5s and 5c, Apple is finally offering new models for two different types of somebody.
Last week, I noted one of the eternal verities of the tech journalist’s life: Big news stories result in us receiving unsolicited, canned quotes from would-be experts, and what they have to say is nearly always either painfully …
Opera’s new browser hardly looks like a browser.
With the new iPhone(s) nearly upon us, here’s hoping for a surprise or two.
Jawbone’s newest Bluetooth sound system is more perfectly pocketable.
Not all opinions about Microsoft’s Nokia deal are created equal.
A great e-reader for serious readers is getting just a little bit better still.
What does it mean for Microsoft? For Google and Apple? And — most important — for consumers?
The software behemoth makes its biggest bet on hardware ever.
Steve Ballmer’s company knew what the future of user interfaces would look like.