Apple and Google differ along familiar lines with their smartphone development kits.
Office 2007's XML-based document formats will soon be published as a formal ISO standard. Now what?
A bug in the enterprise virtualization software prevents VMware ESX 3.5 U2 customers from starting new virtual machines, beginning today.
Pint-sized, ultralight, and ultra-affordable, a new class of portables woos the mobile professional. We put an Asus Eee PC and HP Mini-Note to the test.
Big Blue says it can offer businesses a lower-cost alternative to Microsoft's office productivity and collaboration software.
So-called social backup software lets you store offsite archives of your data on a friend's PC over the Internet.
A new toolkit exploits the automated security update mechanisms of a variety of software packages and uses them to install malicious code.
Open source software projects took center stage at a ceremony to honor the best and brightest of free software.
A new open source project is develoing a new micro-kernel database based on MySQL, targeted at large-scale Web applications.
Microsoft's new, networked file synchronization service can keep your files in order across multiple devices.
The latest version of the popular blogging software offers new features that make managing and editing posts easy, online and off.
Symantec has built more than 300 speed and performance enhancements into its forthcoming security products, now in public beta.
Yet another version of the open source browser is already in the works, but Mozilla developers say this upgrade won't break existing plug-ins.
A new service from IBM's AlphaWorks takes a collaborative approach to improving Web accessibility for the visually impaired.