Microsoft has released a latest preview of Windows 10 along with other new features including Microsoft Edge and Wi-fi that will come with the platform.
South Korea's LG Display Co Ltd plans to increase production capacity of organic light-emitting diode (OLED) panels for TVs, seeking growth in a new technology field that its rivals have dismissed as still too expensive to succeed.
As part of its 2015 International CES press event, Sony has taken the wraps off a new flagship portable music player that could be the perfect device for those that put as high a premium on design as on the quality of their audio playback.
Facebook has now started improving the contrast and lighting of all images uploaded by the users.
Instagram has reportedly added five new filters to give users more options to experiment with still images. The five filters are called Slumber, Crema, Ludwig, Aden and Perpetua.
After voice and video calling, the social messaging app is now adding social gaming to its platform.
Online privacy will remain a thorny issue over the next decade, without a widely accepted system that balances user rights and personal data collection, a survey of experts showed Thursday.
Twitter may prove to be a valuable tool to gather important information about some common mental illnesses, a new study has found.
A new report claims that 2015 will be the end of the road for Apple's colorful handset.
The company clearly has an eye on personalization with its latest range of handsets aimed at younger owners.
Panasonic India on Wednesday launched a new smartphone 'Eluga S' for Rs. 11,190, aimed at selfie enthusiasts.
The online retailer's Fire tablets have won the latest JD Power tablet satisfaction award, pushing the iPad into second place.
A controversial Facebook study that attempted to influence "emotional state" by selectively showing positive or negative stories in users' news feeds has received more online attention than any other scientific research in 2014.
A series of spectacular cyberattacks drew headlines this year, and the situation will only worsen in 2015 as hackers use more advanced techniques to infiltrate networks, security researchers said Tuesday.