Adobe said it developed its tools that allow Flash developers to create native iPhone apps without help from Apple.
Adobe will offer beta versions of Flash Player for smartphones later this year, it said on Monday.
Facebook confirmed Monday what some users have been noticing for the past few days: Its site is having problems.
The latest leadership shuffle among Intel's top ranks sets the stage for the chip maker to name an eventual replacement for CEO Paul Otellini.
The Firefox Web browser is fast approaching its billionth download and appeared likely to hit the milestone some time Friday.
Microsoft and Yahoo have agreed to the terms of an online search and advertising deal that will be announced as soon as Wednesday, according to reports.
Intuit is buying online payroll provider PayCycle for $170 million to expand its software-as-a-service offerings for SMBs.
Google may be getting ready to strip the 'beta' tag from some online applications, officials suggested Wednesday.
Yahoo previewed a new way of presenting search results that could be introduced within two to three months.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer told Stanford students Wednesday that their will always be fundung for good ideas.
Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz is ready to reorganize the company’s top management this week, a report said.
Computing has spread from PCs to phones and TVs, and Windows will be on them all, CEO Ballmer said Wednesday.
Yahoo has begun a search for a new CEO, the company announced Monday.
Adobe Systems released preview versions of new tools for building UIs for Web and enterprise applications.
Salesforce.com has linked its Force.com platform to services from Facebook and Amazon.com, the companies said Monday.