Scammers Shift Targets Beyond the PC

As scammers target Android and hackers take over Apple laptops, is anything safe anymore?

Road Warriors Should Hang It Up

Hands-free mobile phone use is not much safer than keeping a handset in hand, studies say. What should you do if you need to keep in touch on the road?

Verizon Could Leave Road Warriors Hungry

As Verizon ends its all-you-can-eat data plan, what impact will it have on those who rely on its network for work?

IBM Turns 100: Will Other Tech Companies Last That Long?

IBM has been around 100 years, but can Apple, Google, Microsoft, and tech giants go for a centennial?

Google Wallet Isn't the Only Mobile POS Tool for Small Businesses

New payment services from Google and Square are in the spotlight, but they have a long road ahead before becoming popular among small merchants.

NFC Smartphone Payments Taking Off? Not So Fast

Don't cut up your credit cards just yet. NFC mobile payment systems such as Google Wallet aren't coming to your smartphone as soon as you think.

Will an Amazon Tablet Be Right for Business?

By releasing an Android tablet, Amazon may head off competition from Apple and Google--and it already has plenty of business cloud services.

Windows Phone 7 'Mango' Update Looks Sweet for Business

More than 500 features set to join Microsoft's smartphone OS later this year include Office 365 and SkyDrive support.

Say Goodbye to Wintel? What Microsoft Windows 8 Could Be

Here's what would make the next generation of Windows based on ARM processors a game changer.

Why Doesn’t Google Polish Android With Chrome?

Google's two-operating-system strategy looks to take down Microsoft and Apple’s OS dominance.

RIM Tries Hard to Right the PlayBook

The BlackBerry maker's tablet recall doesn't affect most PlayBooks, but it's only the latest in a string of bad news for RIM.