Over the weekend, Google set off a fury of speculation when employees tweeted they were testing a new Android-based mobile device -- possibly a phone developed entirely by Google.
Earlier this week, Google launched browser extensions for Chrome for Windows and Linux users, but not for the newly released Mac version of Chrome. However, it's said to be in the works.
Square is a new product that turns your iPhone or iPod touch into a credit card payment system.
According to rumors on the Internet, Apple might be getting ready to offer some steep discounts on Black Friday that could save you hundreds of dollars on iPods, Mac computers, and Apple software.
Apple won big in its case against clone-maker Psystar. But did consumers? PC World's Ian Paul share his thoughts.
The popular online finance service Mint launched a new feature on Thursday that uses Twitter's real-time information stream to keep users updated on the latest financial news and tips.
Google will launch an e-book store that won't be device-specific, allowing for e-books bought through Google Editions to be read on a far greater number of e-book readers.
Microsoft has good news for most Sidekick users: the company says it has recovered most of the data for T-Mobile Sidekick users who saw personal information...
The cat-and-mouse game between Apple and a cadre of hackers continues as Apple is reportedly now shipping iPhone 3GS units that are jailbreak-proof.
Michael Tchao, one of the leading proponents of the Newton, is back to work at Apple, according to the New York Times.
Over the summer, Google hired student interns to figure out what features Google Docs was lacking that would encourage more students to use the productivity suite. Here's what Google's adding to attract a younger crowd
The holidays are just around the corner, and gaming console makers hope to make 2009 a record-setting year.
Verizon has reportedly ditched plans to offer the Palm Pre early next year.
Is Netflix on the brink of a major data breach with its latest contest? Ian Paul of PC World tackles questions swirling around the Netflix Prize 2.
The launch of Sidewiki, a comment system that lets Google Toolbar users discuss any Web page in a browser's sidebar, has provoked another content ownership debate. PC World's Ian Paul weighs in.