Intrepid hackers have found more exploits in mobile operating systems, including iOS, Android, and Windows Mobile.
A very iffy rumor from a not-so credible source that Apple wants to integrate iTunes into Safari should be immediately dismissed.
Opinion: How MySpace lost the social game to Facebook.
The cloud-based office suite just got video support.
A Michigan man who checked his wife's e-mail because he suspected her of cheating is being prosecuted under a statute aimed at hackers.
Official urges a giant filter to protect kids from "adult material" -- but is that practical, much less possible to define?
Bing's market share has risen, and Microsoft's latest update to the search engine's mobile app brings it closer to becoming an all-in-one resource.
Google's new feature allows multiple users to access one Gmail account, perfect for families sharing one e-mail account or businesses.
The updates, which include improved merchandising of applications, will take effect before the end of the year and be applicable to all devices running Android 1.6 or higher.
Top tech tweets reach beyond the predictable to some noteworthy innovations.
Kindle for the Web is expected to give users the chance to read full books in their browser and allow any website to become a bookstore offering Kindle books.