Android is the most popular mobile operating system among consumers who bought a smartphone in the past six months.
VMware previewed a desktop virtualization client for the Apple iPad, but isn't saying when it will be commercially available.
Google's App Inventor for Android turns everyone into developers.
IBM is trying to ride Apple's iPad momentum with a free download that lets Lotus Notes customers receive secure access to e-mail, calendar and other collaboration tools on Apple's new mobile device.
The Google Apps add features all the time. But can they replace Microsoft Office yet? Here are some issues to consider before you decide.
The business case for an iPad is clear in healthcare, a multi-billion dollar industry and one of the world's largest consumers of information technology. And a hospital in Visalia, Calif., is about to put Apple's devices into the hands of its staff.
Spammers are using fake Gmail accounts to clog up in-boxes, making Gmail.com the most abused domain name, according to Commtouch's quarterly report.
MySpace CEO Owen Van Natta is leaving the company after just 10 months on the job, as MySpace continues to struggle in the social networking market now dominated by Facebook.
CIOs are logging onto Twitter to offer views on technology, network with colleagues and share stories from their personal lives.
Will 2010 be the year social networking services like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn take over the business world? Many IT and business executives remain wary of the risks and skeptical about potential benefits.
For anyone who complains that Twitter posts are too short to be meaningful, we present you with Twitter's exact opposite: Woofer.
Wikimedia is expanding its servers and storage capacity to make room for more and larger files.
The iPhone will see desktop virtualization in 2009 with a product from Citrix.
Flash memory developer Spansion has filed patent infringement suits against Samsung seeking to ban the U.S. sale of iPods and MacBook Airs, among other devices.