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For more than a year, Square has been on the leading edge of a revolution in commerce with its app that lets merchants use iOS devices as credit card readers. On Monday, it expanded its efforts with a new app, Square Register, that turns an iPad into a fully-functioning cash register.
AT&T's trial balloon of charging app developers for bandwidth their users consume might not stay in the air very long.
Several months after Facebook first started rolling out Timeline to the public, the social network has formally announced Timeline's expansion to brand- and business-focused pages.
Micron Technology has bought out Intel's stake in two wafer factories that are part of a NAND joint venture between the two companies.
Companies are grappling with the question of whether and how to let employees use their own smartphones and tablets at work even as a huge push is being made to set up internal "app stores" of approved and custom-built corporate mobile apps.
Updated app adds collaborative annotation of documents, cross-compatibility with high-end videoconferencing systems.
Apple is revamping its iAd mobile advertising service, slashing fees for advertisers and increasing the commissions it pays app developers who opt into the network.
Here's a sobering statistic: With a 40- to 45-hour work week, many Americans spend about 25 percent of the year on the job and 2,000 hours sitting at a desk. A simple workstation tune-up can make you a lot more comfortable.
As part of an ongoing effort to recover from a downward spiral, Yahoo said on Tuesday that four board members, including its chairman, will step down.
iOS developer Kyle Richter gave a talk at Macworld | iWorld on how entrepreneurs can expand their business with a mobile app. Here are some highlights from that talk.
Cisco Systems developed its latest enterprise access point with corporate bring-your-own-device policies in mind, aiming to give tablets and smartphones strong and consistent performance.
Many IT departments are struggling with Apple's take-it-or-leave-it attitude, based on discussions last week at MacIT, which is Macworld|iWorld's companion conference for IT professionals.
One of the more noteworthy features in LightSpeed for iPad is a Show & Tell capability that lets retailers use the mobile point-of-sale app to display their inventory. Philip Michaels took a look at the recently released iPad app at Macworld | iWorld and came away impressed.