Some lucky iPhone owners are reporting that multimedia messaging has started working on their iPhones ahead of AT&T's scheduled September 25 roll-out date.
Your favorite newspapers may soon be charging for online content with help from an unlikely source: Google.
Bad news, Palm Pre owners: it looks like Apple has broken the Pre's iTunes syncing ability once again.
Could Wednesday finally be the day that the Beatles arrive on Apple's iTunes Store? Ian Paul of PC World recounts the complicated history between the band and the computer maker.
Palm-watchers suggest the phone will sell for $150 after a mail-in rebate from Tuesday until October 31.
Tuesday's Gmail outage was not only an inconvenience. It calls into question -- yet again -- the feasibility of present day cloud computing.
Looking for alternatives to Microsoft Office? Here are nine office productivity application suites you can run inside a Web browser.
Sony is expected to announce today that its line of e-readers will support the open ePub standard by the end of the year.
Beginning today, Microsoft is offering pre-orders for its forthcoming Zune HD portable media player.
Facebook is reportedly testing a simplified interface of its social network service with faster load times called Facebook Lite.
Pricing for the Zune HD appeared on Amazon.com, and PC World's Ian Paul thinks the Microsoft device could give the iPod touch a run for its money.
PC World's Ian Paul takes a closer look at Twitter's new home page, which the microblogging service changed to attract new users.
A new trial involving the Recording Industry Association of America and music piracy is underway, and if Monday’s proceedings are any indication, it figures to be an interesting case.
Alleged internal documents and sensitive information from Twitter and its employees might be posted today on news sites and other Web outlets.
Google Images, formerly Google Image Search, has added new functionality that lets you find photos licensed for third-party use free of charge, and has made explicit image filtering much easier.