Learn to create a simple yet classy Valentine cards.
Amazon Echo gets millions more songs with Spotify, but only with a $10 per month Premium subscription.
In another move to make browsing on the web safer, Google will start penalizing sites with ads that have deceptive download buttons.
Facebook has declared its 12th birthday "Friends Day." It's a good excuse to look at old photos.
It's less its phones and more market dynamics Apple's up against.
Delivers your favorite social media images to the desktop with four layout styles, full-screen support, and the ability to bookmark favorites.
Sales continue to slide, and Jason Snell wonders when we'll hit the bottom.
The new iPhone doesn't come out until September, but that won't stop the rumor mill from churning at a furious pace.
A reader finds many old iPhoto libraries and doesn't know what each contains.
We know passwords are a pain. We're not expecting miracles. But these tips can keep you from the dumbest mistakes. .
Adobe’s Creative Cloud update to Lightroom offers a quick fix for vexing pano problem.
Retailers looking to grow in a fast-changing industry need to focus on three main technologies. Computerworld's Sharon Gaudin -- just back from the National Retail Federation's Big Show -- and Executive News Editor Ken Mingis have the details.
Dell's XPS 15 9550 Touch laptop wins kudos from Computerworld Editor in Chief Scot Finnie. And what about those reports that Apple's iPhone may soon get wireless charging capabilities?
A jury in Texas has ordered Apple to pay $626 million for infringing four patents held by a Nevada-based patent licensing company.
Noisy group chat blowing up your phone? In iOS 9, you can leave the chatter behind...in certain circumstances, anyway.
CSO presents an animated explainer on how data criminals exploit human psychology to gain access to a company's data, rather than by hacking or technical measures.
This week's roundup features an iPhone case that doubles as a wallet and as a viewing stand for the phone.
It doesn't seem to matter how many millions of something Apple sells, or how happy the customers are—Wall Street only cares about growth.