The Internet could run out of capacity in about two years, according to a new study.
Amazon.com launches Kindle, an e-book reader.
EarthLink signalled it might sell its municipal Wi-Fi business.
Google and Sun maybe bound for a showdown over the way Google's Android mobile phone platform handles Java.
Attackers are beginning to use Web 2.0 services to create a new breed of malware.
Apple’s new Leopard operating system took a sizable bite of the Japanese retail operating system market during October and accounted for over half of all sales of packaged operating system software despite being on sale for only the last six days of the month.
A new study found that while iPhone users can type as fast as users of phones with keypads, they make more mistakes.
China's second biggest mobile operator would be open to talks with Apple about selling the iPhone there.
Apple could first plug Penryn processors into its Xserve line of Unix-based servers.
Bill Gates and other Microsoft executives addressed questions during the company's annual shareholder meeting on Tuesday.
Apple officially released iPhone Update 1.1.2, adding new features for international users.
Adobe CEO Bruce Chizen will leave his post at the end of the month, with Shantanu Narayen taking over on Dec. 1.
Google released the Android SDK and announced it will award up to $10 million in prizes to developers.
Vonage reaches a tenative agreement to settle a patent infringement lawsuit by AT&T.
The CEO of microprocessor maker ARM, whose fortunes are tied to the smartphone business, talks about Google's Android platform, Apple's iPhone and other issues in this interview.