Users say Adobe's Digital Experience Protection Technology fails to live up to the company's promise of interoperability between e-readers and e-book stores.
Wired magazine is planning to offer a digital version of its publication that's targeted at tablets like Apple's iPad and relies on software built by Adobe.
Analysis firm ABI thinks that the iPad will help legitimize and drive a new, fast-growing niche of media tablets, succeeding where mobile Internet devices failed.
Adobe plans to liberalize its approach toward Digital Rights Management (DRM) with e-books.
Microsoft's incumbent status as a provider of office productivity software gives it a leg up over Google Apps in the enterprise, Computerworld's Eric Lai reports.
A new antitrust climate in Washington under the Obama administration, and fresh legal scholarship could put Intel's adverse relationship with Nvidia back under the microscope.
Bsquare says it has ported Adobe's Flash mobile player to ARM-based smartphones and smartbooks running Google's Android operating system.
Computerworld interviews Microsoft's Brad Brooks, the corporate vice president for Windows consumer product marketing who approved the company's "Apple Tax" ads.
Users won't be able to share apps they buy from the upcoming Windows Marketplace for Mobile e-store, contrary to earlier reports.
The first Android-based netbook computer could become available in three months and cost around $250.
Intel Corp.'s Larrabee graphics processor, which is expected to challenge Nvidia Inc. and ATI Corp. in the high-performance desktop and gaming PC market, will...
Rather than building a Zune-branded smartphone, Microsoft plans to take the software and online store it built for its Zune media player and bring them to your television set in the hopes of emulating Apple's phenomenally successful iTunes Store, Computerworld reports.
Adobe said on Monday that it will release its first full-fledged Flash multimedia player for smartphones by year's end.
Chip-maker Intel is slashing prices, closing plants, and laying off employees after a bad financial quarter.
Revenue from the sale of PCs during the key Christmas quarter plummeted by 15% to 20% from the same period in 2007, according to Gartner.
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