Direct Mode lets you transfer photos from a camera with an Eye-Fi card directly and wirelessly to an iPhone or an Android phone or tablet.
It wasn't Apple's greatest computer, or the most interesting one. But it was the one that started it all -- 35 years ago this month.
5 reasons why Microsoft shouldn't copy Apple's retail model with (more of) its own brick-and-mortar outlets.
Formerly known as Fennec, Firefox 4 for Android devices is among the most feature-rich mobile browsers to date.
Web companies can now produce e-mails that behave like webpages. The idea is to let Hotmail users take action on e-mails without having to hop out of Hotmail at all.
Analysis: Another favorite example of you-can't-be-serious tech marketing.
Did Samsung claim actors were real Galaxy Tab users in promotional material? It sure looks like it did.
There's something fishy about the Galaxy Tab...
The app, available for iPhone and Android devices, shares photos and videos with those around you automatically and instantly.
A brief history of the rise and fall of telephone competition in the US, 1982-2011
Analysis: The permeable paywall returns March 28 for the most voracious readers.