PC World's Ian Paul walks you through the weekend worm attacks that plagued the Twitter microblogging service.
According to several industry blogs, the short-range wireless standard Bluetooth 3.0 will get its official launch on April 21.
Twitter use continues to grow, fueled by veteran users.
Google-owned YouTube is reportedly pressed for an exclusive content deal with Disney.
Now that there's a date for the Worldwide Developers Conference in place, rumors are swirling about what Apple has planned for the June gathering.
PC World’s Ian Paul offers ten tips to tweak your profile and get more out of the Facebook social-networking service.
Just hours after Apple unveiled iPhone 3.0, the folks who jailbreak iPhones said that jailbroken iPhones will not be left out in the cold.
Google has added a new feature Google Reader: the ability to comment on shared items.
Microsoft has unveiled further plans for its new app store called Windows Marketplace for Mobile.
Speaking at a financial conference, Google CEO (and Apple board member) Eric Schmidt called Twitter a “poor man’s e-mail system.”
Apple's iPhone is king of the mobile world, according to reports from two different metrics firms, PC World reports.
After a user revolt, Facebook has backed away from new terms of service that many considered a privacy violation.
Blackjack Card Counter's stealth mode makes counting cards easy—and illegal.
Rumors abound that Nokia may launch an application store for its Symbian platform. And Microsoft could get into the act, too.
Snow Leopard will reportedly support Core Location services as well as multitouch access for developers.