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Microsoft publishes the source code for two of the programs upon which its business was founded.
From geology to astronomy to meteorology to botany, these apps turn your phone into a virtual tricorder.
Just because you're unplugging for a little bit doesn't mean you want to leave all your technology behind. We've got gadgets and apps that can make the great outdoors even better.
No more versions. No more updates. Microsoft is building a dynamic document model where content changes as data changes—and the results can be stunningly visual.
With the addition of Street View, the mobile versions of Google Earth now lets you see the planet with your own eyes.
The iPhone app would streamline the process of using self-checkout terminals for in-store shoppers and takes another step toward the MCX mobile-payments network.
Mobile devices handle business tasks that go far beyond e-mail. Here's a selection covering communications, presentations, number-crunching, and other office apps.
A new iOS app by Wolfram Alpha tells you everything you ever wanted to know about cats. It's purrfect for cat lovers, and gives headline writers an excuse to use bad puns.
The map app that includes public sites has broadened its resources to include a number of venues in the UK.
Popular American science fiction writer Ray Bradbury died in Southern California Tuesday night, he was 91.
Looking for free streaming video and music, creative tools, or just a little something to pass the time? Try Crackle, Picozu Editor, Planetarium, or any of our other picks for no-cost entertainment.
Here are 15 apps for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone 7 to help you live a greener, more sustainable life.