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.
A long-awaited online storage tool from Google may become a reality, if a detailed description of the Google Drive found in a suite of Google desktop programs is accurate.
What effect will Apple's patent for its coveted multitouch technology have on innovation
Google’s Android App Market will begin selling applications in early 2009.
Delta Airlines plans to begin offering Wi-Fi access on flights starting Tuesday.
After a failed launch in October, Google had reintroduced text messaging to Gmail.
Now available in the App Store, Fake Calls will make it look like you’ve just gotten a phone call on your iPhone, allowing you to escape from meetings, conversation, and other awkward situations.
Netflix is exiting the previously-viewed DVD market. In a blog post Monday, the company said it would stop selling DVDs to its members as of November 30 to focus on DVD rentals and streaming video.
PC World reports that an app called Netshare from Nullriver that would let users marry their iPhone’s 3G Net access to their computer has been quickly pulled from the App Store.
Articles by Ian Paul