Network World rounds up a collection of iOS apps that have gone royally mad over the upcoming Prince William-Kate Middleton nuptials.
Google has bought a hardware company called Agnilux, which is notable for its formation by ex-Apple and PA Semi employees.
A little more than half of all iPad user have a Windows computer at home, according to a sampling of nearly 75,000 of the tablet computers studied by online advertising network Chitika.
New research conducted by app-tracking firm Localytics over the past two months shows that Apple iPhone users mainly use their apps at night and on weekends.
Yahoo killed off its GeoCities Web hosting service, once one of the most popular sites on the Web.
Can you really trust your data to distant servers? While you consider the answer to that question, here's a recap of recent outages and high-profile data misfortunes.
Comcast says it's protecting its users by shaping the contours of its Internet traffic. But is it simply protecting its own services from competition?
More big-time spammers may find themselves doing longer stretches behind bars — and wouldn’t that be swell — if a federal judge’s first-of-its-kind sentencing decision in a Denver case becomes widely applied.
The iPhone heads the list of cool tech gear that could make great gifts this holiday season, according to Network World.
The developer of Ruby on Rails, the burgeoning Web application framework, has secured $6.2 million in venture capital.
Wireless handset makers at the CTIA wireless industry convention agree that Apple's iPhone does e-mail, Web browsing, media, and voice very well, but don't think it will threaten their enterprise customer base.
Network service provider Akamai will provide the content-delivery servers to Starbucks that will help speed up the Wi-Fi iTunes Music Stores available in some outlets.
Carnegie Mellon University is researching the best ways to educate e-mail users about the dangers of phishing.
The discovery honored with this year's Nobel Prize in Physics is responsible for the technology that squeezes smaller disks into laptops and music players.
Scientists at Carnegie Mellon University have developed an online game designed to teach Internet users about the dangers of phishing.
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