The new Acer Aspire One Cloudbook is set to hit the market in the next month. At under $200, it will definitely rival any Chromebook available because it's running Windows 10.
It appears business owners aren't too keen on quickly switching over to the new EMV chip-card credit card readers. New research shows that less than 1 in 10 businesses have made the switch.
Google has officially warned its AdSense publishers that they will have to comply with the European Union's new Do Not Track policy that gives visitors from EU nations the ability to block tracking software from tracking their activities.
Aprecia Pharmaceuticals has gained FDA approval on the first pharmaceutical drug that can be produced with a 3D printer. This is really just the beginning of a long line of products that could benefit human health and be printed with a 3D printer.
Dell says the new Latitude 12 Rugged notebook can survive the harshest conditions. This marketing point isn't often heard as companies compete to make the thinnest, lightest devices for consumers.
Apple will be debuting a new voicemail transcription service that could rival the efforts of Microsoft and Google. But Apple doesn't plan on releasing this new feature until some time next year.
It appears Microsoft has done enough to distance itself from Internet Explorer. The new Edge browser is receiving a lot of praise around the Web. Here's a deeper look at some of its standout features.
Yahoo has acquired Polyvore in a move likely intended to increase traffic and ad revenue. Polyvore is a part-fashion shopping, part-social media site. Members of the site can create and share their own clothing collections.
Google is signing up businesses local to Super Bowl 50 in the San Francisco Bay Area to participate in its Google and Your Business workshops. The idea behind the workshops is to get small businesses listed on Google so that visitors to the Super Bowl will know they exist.
An appeal of the FCC's decision earlier this year will be heard in a federal courtroom in the nation's capital at the end of the year. Opponents of net neutrality believe regulators have over-stepped their bounds by ruling that all data must be treated equally by ISPs.
Google is making a move to The Alamo. It has announced that it is bringing the ultra-high speed Internet and TV service, Google Fiber, to the city of San Antonio, Texas.