The future of IT is taking shape in the form of next-generation computing technologies under development in today's R&D labs.
Web-based editions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote are underwhelming at best.
Apple's latest attempt to show off the HTML5 features of its newest Safari browser does more harm than good
Often puzzling, always frustrating, the list of reasons why developers are denied access to Apple's iPhone App Store grows ever longer.
Analysis: Social networks are transforming their data stores into developer platforms, which will carry both risks and rewards.
In Steve Jobs' world, smartphone developers play by his rules -- or risk getting shut out of the iPhone platform.
Microsoft's chief software architect, Ray Ozzie, has an ambitious plan to revitalize Microsoft’s software, beef up its services, and beat the tar out of Google.
Quality control issues at the world's largest automaker are nothing new to Adobe, Microsoft, and other software vendors.
The Kindle and the Nook may be fine for reading novels, but for reference works they fall short. Here's how to fix them.
The upcoming version of Microsoft’s productivity suite rethinks how desktop applications should approach security.
With rapidly developing SDKs, developers who want to write software for Android handsets are confronted with as many options as at a Jawa swap meet.
Articles by Neil Mcallister