Thin is in at Facebook. It introduced an alternate front door for the social network called "Facebook Lite," a slimmed-down version of the site. There's also a new Mac desktop notification app.
Rhapsody for iPhone allows you to access Real Networks' music service.
Monday appears to mark an important Apple App Store milestone with the introduction of a European digital music service app called Spotify Mobile that competes squarely with iTunes.
In a bid to become a more trustworthy source, Wikipedia will use color codes to indicate the reliability of an article's author.
How big an impact is the iPhone likely to make in China, without Wi-Fi and on the country's second-largest carrier?
RealNetworks wants to put Rhapsody, its music subscription service, on the iPhone. The application has been submitted to Apple and, if approved, will offer subscribers of Rhapsody's service unlimited music streaming.
Bloggers are reporting that OS X 10.6 may arrive before its promised September ship date.
Google will use billboard advertising in four U.S. cities to promote Google Apps, the company's enterprise productivity suite.
Nokia has denied today reports that the Finnish company is working on a mobile phone running on Google's Android mobile operating system.
Pictures leaked by a Danish site appear to reveal Sony Ericsson's upcoming Android phone.
The first jailbreaking application for the iPhone 3GS -- purplera1n -- is now available.
PC World's Daniel Ionescu looks at whether T-Mobile's myTouch 3G, announced Monday, has what it takes to woo the mobile-phone masses.
Adobe is set to introduce Flash Player 10 for most mobile operating systems later this year, except, of course, for the iPhone.
Both Apple and AT&T have announced details on where, when, and how to get a iPhone 3G S, when the updated phone launches on June 19.
Google Chrome for the Mac may still only be available as a developer version, but that's not stopping PC World's Daniel Ionescu from taking a closer look.