Here is the letter Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer sent to Microsoft employees about the departure of the company's president of Windows and Windows Live, Steven Sinofsky.
If you're waiting for RIM's new BlackBerry 10 smartphones, you're facing a long, cold winter: One stock analyst is saying they likely won't be available until March.
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A 17-year-old Australian who goes by the Twitter handle @zzap says he exposed the cross-site scripting flaw that led to Tuesday's widespread Twitter worm, dubbed onMouseOver.
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A day after Google revamped its search results page, the company has revealed similar changes to the search results available to Android and iPhone smartphone users.
These IT companies, technologies and ideas are dead or doomed to disappear this year.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is no longer the world's richest man according to the annual Forbes magazine list released this week.
Your guide to all those assorted smartphone lawsuits, from Apple to . . . well, everybody.
Google has conceptual images for what a Chrome OS-based tablet computer user interface might look like at its open source Chromium Projects site.
Two experts debate which mobile device is better in the enterprise: the BlackBerry or the iPhone.
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