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.
HP shifts its digital camera business model, channeling investments from design and distribution to its photo printing strategy.
Privacy advocates and members of Congress are raising questions about the proposed $1.3 billion purchase of DoubleClick, the display advertising giant, by the leading Internet search provider.
Google is requesting that companies interested in using its "Android" mobile technology to adhere to an "antifragmentation clause" to prevent the platform from splitting.
HTC is already working on a Google phone, which will launch in the second half of next year.
Apple has issued a new release of QuickTime, patching critical security issues with the media playing software.
The iPhone-like handset that LG Electronics unveiled at August’s IFA trade show is now on sale in Europe, the company said Monday.
Google has detailed its highly-anticipated Android platform, an open development platform for mobile devices backed by industry heavyweights.
Handset makers and operators are regarding Android, the new Linux-based mobile phone software announced by Google Monday, as one more of many platforms that they already use and not the unifying force Google is touting.
Privacy notices online need to be simpler and more easy to find, some privacy advocates say.
Ticket sales for the Beijing Olympics got off to a rough start this week when the ticketing system crashed under a rush of buyers.
Google got a boost for its OpenSocial platform with the support from MySpace.
One critic calls on the FTC to regulate online advertising data collection.
A coalition of nine privacy and consumer groups have proposed a U.S. do-not-track list that would allow consumers to opt out of advertising efforts that track their movements online.
Several band MySpace profiles have been rigged to serve up malicious software, according to security vendor FaceTime Communications.