Microsoft is asking some of the workers it laid off in late January to pay back money they were given in excess of their severance packages, PC World reports.
Google's VP of engineering, Vic Gundotra, demonstrated on Wednesday a mobile version of Gmail designed for both the iPhone and Android.
Samsung is delaying the release of a mobile phone based on Google’s Android mobile operating system until the second half of 2009.
According to new market share numbers from Hitwise, Twitter, the popular microblogging service, is now more popular than Digg's social news aggregation service.
Do two Google searches produce the same amount of CO2 as bringing water to a boil on your stovetop?
Palm is set to preview this week its latest incarnation of mobile operating system in a bid to re-ignite the company.
With more netbooks sold than iPhones in Q3 2008, ultraportable laptops seem to be on the rise.
Expect more cell phones based on Google’s Android operating system now that Sony Ericsson, Toshiba, Asus, and 11 other companies joined the Open Handset Alliance.
Wal-Mart will reportedly become the second major retail chain - after Best Buy - to sell Apple's iPhone.
The second Google Android phone, named Agora, is set to launch at the end of January 2009.
Nokia announced the N97, another mobile device aimed at challenging the iPhone. PC World has the details.
Blockbuster is now competing with Netflix in the streaming-video market.
Dell apparently won’t launch any new MP3 players in advance of the holiday shopping season, despite promising an ambitious return to digital music player market.
An Opera spokesman said his company hasn’t yet submitted a version of Opera Mini for approval on the App Store, contradicting reports last week that Apple had barred the browser from the iPhone.
Microsoft reportedly wants to push Silverlight onto the iPhone, PC World reports.