Google hopes to help users combat e-mail fraud and identity theft with a new feature that will alert Gmail users when suspicious activity indicates a potential compromise of the e-mail account.
Sprint has been aggressively promoting its expanding 4G wireless network at the CTIA show in Las Vegas this week. Here's what it could mean to you and your business
As more details emerge regarding the upcoming Windows Phone 7 series, it seems to be defined more by the features and functions it lacks.
Tony Bradley looks at five features the iPad lacks that will make Apple's forthcoming tablet a better business tool.
AT&T has added the Google Android platform to its portfolio of mobile devices with the launch of the Motorola Backflip.
Now that the iPad's been unveiled, it's time to speculate on another unannounced tablet. PCWorld's Tony Bradley wonders what a tablet running Google's Chrome OS might be like and what kind of competition it would pose for the iPad.
A new app is available for the iPhone which could enable the popular smartphone to integrate smoothly with business networks.
The Nexus One and the Droid prove that the Android invasion is fully underway, and the next battlefront will be the enterprise, PC World's Tony Bradley says. And now there is a Good for Enterprise client for Android smartphones, making the devices even more appealing to business users.
In advance of a presentation by Intel CEO Paul Otellini at this week's CES, Intel has released details of its latest Arrandale and Clarkdale processors.
In the most recent Web browser market share statistics from Net Applications, Google's Chrome Web browser sneaked past Apple's Safari to claim third place.
A new app available in the Apple iTunes App Store promises to help iPhone and iPod touch users find apps that match their needs and interests.
In a filing with the FCC, AT&T said the death of landlines is a matter of when, not if.
With Google seemingly developing hardware and software, PC World's Tony Bradley wonders if Google is taking a page from Apple's playbook.
The difference between how Facebook and Google have addressed recent privacy issues offers a stark contrast, to PC World's Tony Bradley.
The latest update to Snow Leopard removes support for the Atom processor, putting an end to "hackintosh" netbooks -- at least for now.