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Microsoft Windows Mobile: Your Essential Guide

Microsoft has its work cut out for it in the mobile operating system market given the strength of Apple iPhone among consumers and RIM BlackBerry among businesses.


Nokia's Charger Recall Just the Latest Tech Do-Over

Analysis: Here's a recent brief history of electronics recalls and official oops experiences.

Motorola Droid vs. iPhone 3GS: Smartphone Face-Off

Does Motorola's new Droid 3G smartphone have what it takes to rival the iPhone's success?


Geocities Shuts Down

Yahoo is closing the gates to some of the earliest consumer Websites.

Couple Nabbed for Allegedly Stealing $23M From Cisco

Husband-and-wife team's scheme had the network giant shipping replacement parts to fake businesses in eight states. Wife boasted of her success on social networking site

App Store Downloads Pass 2 Billion

Apple roars past another milestone for downloaded applications to its iPhone and iPod.

Google Refreshes Chrome Browser

Google Chrome 3.0 Gains Zip, Style

Tech Tees Release Your Inner Nerd

Tech tees reveal the inner nerd in all of us. Browse this selection of tech-themed T-shirts from Threadless that will help you celebrate your unabashed nerdiness.

Future Desktops Arrive Today

A look at 7 of the slickest, sleekest, most stylish desktops of the future that are currently available.


Fab Fake 4G iPhone Designs

iPhone enthusiasts from around the Web offer their visions for the next-gen iPhone.


RSA Security Conference Product Parade

New tools for data protection come in many forms, all designed to thwart the bad guys, at the annual security conference. Take a look at the selection.

Study: Hello Video Games, Goodbye Family and Friends

A new study shows that the more young adults play video games the worse their relationships become with family and friends.

Video Games: For Loners Only?

A Brigham Young University study links video games to diminished relationships with family, friends.

MIT's Sticky-Notes Killer

An MIT computer science research team has developed software dubbed that's designed to computerize many of the things people currently do through sticky notes.

Wireless Security Keeps Drivers off Cell Phones

The Key2SafeDriving technology uses RFID or Bluetooth to link a car key to a cell phone and stop drivers from talking or texting.