Forecast Bar on the Mac always had the soul of an iOS app, so it’s no surprise that it shines on the iPhone.
Who knows better, Apple or Detroit?
The last time sales were stagnating, a new product category emerged to change everything.
Microsoft quietly updated Outlook for iOS on Wednesday, with support for a calendar widget that makes it easy to see your schedule at a glance.
Verizon Wireless is installing nearly 100 cells to make sure its network can handle the crush of a million or more fans around this year's Super Bowl in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Next year, the Java browser plug-in, which is frequently the target of Web-based exploits, will be retired by Oracle.
In Computerworld's latest video podcast, Executive News Editor Ken Mingis shops for details about why retailers are embracing tech and asks about a report that technology will cost the global economy 7 million jobs by 2020....
The latest version sees the return of missing features, along with improved large-data-set performance and useful new charting tools.
An optimistic outlook on Internet data limits, overage charges, and the potential threat to streaming video.
CIO.com's Sarah White pits the Surface Pro 4 vs. the iPad Pro to see which device offers the functionality business users need.
Google added new commenting features to its mobile productivity apps for iOS and Android Wednesday.
Facebook is considering a dedicated service or page where users will be able watch videos and not be bothered by other content.
Is the battery icon in the status bar not enough for you? Get a better idea of how much power you have left.
Apple might use the LinX camera tech it acquired last year to add a dual-camera system to the iPhone 7, analysts say.
Security researcher Rich Mogull joins us to talk about security when traveling to countries where you might have a very good reason to be paranoid.
This week's roundup includes several devices that are just about as natural as can be.
Business users who rely on cloud storage providers such as Dropbox and Box now have some improved tools in their collaboration arsenal, thanks to a set of integrations that Microsoft announced Wednesday.
A new report says Flash will mostly disappear within two years. Will Hulu and other major streaming sites budge?