If "my enemy's enemy is my friend" then Apple and Microsoft have plenty of reason to work together, starting with the iPhone.
If all the rumors are believed, the Nexus One smartphone is Google's attempt to change almost everything wireless. Can it succeed?
Road Warriors rejoice! Soon Wi-Fi access will be free at 11,000 McDonald's, no purchase required.
Bestselling business author Stephen R. Covey has made a deal to make electronic versions of his books only available on Amazon's Kindle e-reader.
In all the talk and rumor about the Googlephone there is something I don't see, and that's a great business smartphone.
Both companies face privacy challenges and upset users as they try to balance privacy and commercial interest. Who does best?
Goo.gl works inside Feedburner and from the Google toolbar. It's not something we really need, but, if Google just has to do this, what can we say?
Facebook's new privacy controls make it easy for users to present different information to business contacts and personal friends. Here's how.
Will the "Googlephone" help consolidate Android or only fracture it even worse? What's a business user to do--buy a BlackBerry?
Techinciter's predictions for Microsoft SMB users in 2010.
Facebook has amended a blog page detailing changes made to Friend List privacy settings since new settings began rolling out on Wednesday. Confused? So was Facebook.
Is your "Friends List" really secure? Facebook has already changed its new privacy options to better protect the information, yet concerns remain.
Fresh off whining in court about Verizon's map ads, AT&T is now whining to financial analysts about its customers. And it is warning that customers should use less of the company's all-you-can-eat data service, lest it become portion-controlled in the future.
The #1 social network has begun rolling out long-promised changes. Beware of the "everyone" option.
If "updated 17 hours ago" counts as living, Google's new topic pages for newspapers are already on life support.