Analysis: Whenever I checked Knol, the items on the home page were mostly a bit odd, a bit spammy, or both.
Analysis: Surface was and is neat, but Microsoft didn’t seem to be dreaming about it big enough for it to become a breakthrough product.
Analysis: The 333,400-square foot facility has tens of thousands of servers but it takes only 55 people to run it.
Virgin's site has been completely crippled, and customers are becoming annoyed by the problems.
Behold Samsung’s new commercial for its Galaxy S II smartphone.
Older model Android phones top a list of the most insecure smartphones on the market today proving fragmentation of the Android OS is a problem for yet another reason.
Analysis: Why has no one built the iPhone of Android phones -- Something elegant, approachable, and uncluttered, with carefully bundled services?
Adobe and hardware makers kept telling the world that mobile Flash was fabulous, but my own eyeballs told me otherwise.
Republic's unlimited voice, data, and texting plan for $19 a month includes several catches.
HP announced a 3D PC display and a 3D PC Monday -- one has active, and one has passive 3D.
GarageBand is a nicely shrunken-down version of its iPad self, with virtual pianos, organs, drums, guitars, and the ability to record and play with samples and plug in a guitar.
The online storage service expands from consumer to offer business accounts, the first of several business-related tools.
Why are so many people still using an outdated operating system?
The first drama-filled decade of the operating system that wouldn't say die.
Articles by Harry McCracken