After testing Google's new Flight Search feature, CIO's Bill Snyder thinks the fare-finding service isn't quite ready to compete with heavy hitters like Kayak.com.
CIO's Bill Snyder doesn't care for the ramped-up pace of updates for Firefox and Thunderbird.
With smartphone service providers phasing out unlimited data plans, users have to be vigilant about checking their bandwidth usage. CIO's Bill Snyder has a few tips.
With malware popping up on the Android Market, CIO looks at smartphone security and comes up with some tips for keeping your phone safe from would-be threats.
CIO.com's Bill Snyder looks at Cyberspace, a mobile browser that combines some features of Chrome and mobile Safari, along with innovations of its own.
Experts at last week's RSA Conference agreed that mobile threats are potentially serious, but are still rarely seen in the real world.
It's almost March and that means tax day is marching relentlessly closer. As always, the major providers of tax prep software have tweaked their offerings and...
Squeezing the most out performance out of your network is called optimizing, and it isn't very hard, and it doesn't have to be all that expensive.
In what may be the top sleeper story in technology this past year, Apple has been making key inroads into the corporate computing market.
Rather than take a simple, step to protect their customers, CIO.com's Bill Snyder writes, wireless carriers are claiming that implementing safeguards against wildly spiking bills would cost consumers money, promote expensive litigation and, in general, be too burdensome.
CIO.com's Bill Snyder weighs in on Verizon's overcharging of wireless customers, and warns gadget users to be vigilant about their service providers.
Why is it so hard to make Outlook calendars and contacts sync with an iPhone? CIO.com's Bill Snyder finds a workaround using Google Calendar and shares his tips.
You thought your DSL service would deliver downloads at 3 megabits per second. It's actually delivering about 2 mbps. What do you do?
Selling mobile apps on Apple’s iPhone App Store may seem like a surefire recipe for success. It isn’t, InfoWorld’s Bill Snyder warns.
Among its list of 10 underreported stories from 2007, Infoworld lists Mac OS X's rising desirability of a target for hackers.