Users of Google Apps can now purchase add-ons from Google's online store, making Google Apps more interesting to potential business customers.
Cisco's new router for the IP video age could allow every person in China to make an Internet video call--at once.
An Amazon job posting hints at a new Kindle browser. But, it doesn't take a hint to know a browser won't save Amazon's e-reader.
Support for Adobe Flash could make HP's Slate a strong challenger to Apple's iPad.
As the new CEO of the World Wide Web Consortium, former Novell CTO Jeff Jaffe has many real and potential conflicts to address.
With Verizon touting 4G wireless speeds faster that most wired broadband connections, here's what potential customers need to know about LTE.
By purchasing DocVerse, Google can offer customers better collaboration in Microsoft Office documents, but it doesn't solve the basic weakness of Google Apps.
Forget pandering by cities like Topeka, and Duluth, Google should select places that would really benefit from its gigabit Internet experiment.
A top Google exec claims that in three years desktop PCs will be "irrelevant." But, he's wrong and here's why.
DHS is looking for ideas on how to better discuss cybersecurity with the American public. And the agency wants your help, provided it's submitted as a Word document.
DHS is looking for ideas on how to better discuss cybersecurity with the American public. And the agency wants your help, provided it is submitted as a Word document.
The most important issue may not be what it takes to get Google to bring its gigabit network to your town, but what happens when the company leaves.
Apple is going after HTC, maker of the Nexus One phone, but its real target is Google.
When the FCC later this month releases its national broadband plan, its $25 billion price tag is certain to prove a huge, perhaps insurmountable, obstacle.
Google may get help from the Obama Administration in its ongoing conflict with the Chinese government. A leading Senator, meanwhile, wants a law that would penalize tech companies for violating human rights.