Microsoft's online system has been around for nearly four years and it hasn't changed much. It's best known as the storage system that's hooked into other Microsoft products.
Get to know your online seller.
Analysis: Nobody runs an operating system just to run an operating system -- they run them to get stuff done, and they get most of that stuff done in applications.
HP isn't interested in licensing WebOS...but may work with "one or two special companies."
Speed Dial can now include widgety little applications, such as the weather one in the lower left-hand corner of the screen above.
Yahoo's new version is a very credible Webmail client-similar in general feel and some particulars to Hotmail's 2010 update.
Slacker retains the emphasis on radio while providing features comparable to the core ones offered by other subscription services.
Join us at 9:30 a.m. PT to follow Technologizer's Harry McCracken for live coverage of Google I/O's day 2 keynote
Technologizer's Harry McCracken is at Google I/O with live coverage of the show's opening keynote.
Analysis: Let's hope Google TV turns out to be something that Google continues to plug away at. Here's a to-do list.
Check out this geeky store in San Rafael, California.
Barnes & Noble's Nook Color gets a software update that makes it more attractive than the Kindle.
Researchers discover that these devices store a record of your locations in an unencrypted file that gets backed up to your computer.