The most accomplished professionals in computing, telecommunications and information technology are overlooked by this prestigious award.
Apple's claim that the iPad tablet is magical sounds about right. It has inspired people to behave in some pretty unusual ways.
Multi-core processors promise a big performance boost for servers, PCs and even smartphones, but much work remains to get the most out of these new chips.
A browser-based app developed by Georgia Tech researchers is designed to help Internet users make better use of their bandwidth.
Quora is an increasingly popular social network for asking and answering questions on topics ranging from how Britney Spears was discovered to how to flee Tokyo after an earthquake.
Skype says it has had no reported examples of third-party apps misusing information from the Skype directory on Android devices, but it is keeping an eye on things.
Apple Thursday issued its iOS 4.3.2 mobile operating system release, an update designed to make FaceTime video calls and 3G wireless connectivity work better.
Apple iPhone users worried that their jailbreaking ways will be punished by Steve Jobs and friends are being teased with an April Fools Day special offer by gadget teardown specialist iFixit: an iPhone 4 Oppression Kit.
Expect to pay much more than Apple's $1,600 price for a scalped WWDC ticket on e-commerce sites.
Verizon, which began selling the Apple iPhone 4 in the U.S. on Feb. 10, has already grabbed as much as 12.7 percent of the U.S. iPhone market.
Apple, which was to have released the iPad 2 in a couple dozen other countries outside the United States next week, has delayed the tablet's release in Japan.