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Microsoft has no intention of sharing revenue with Apple, and is likely to tie Office on the iPad to its subscription plans, according to an analyst.
For privacy advocates, bill a 'foundational step,' but the Chamber of Commerce says proposed law goes too far.
The new Firefox for Android supports private browsing on a per-tab basis.
Attaching large files to an e-mail used to be a major hassle, but e-mail providers like Yahoo are now tapping into cloud storage services to make it easier.
Mailbird mimics the uber-popular (and now defunct) Sparrow OS X app right down to its name, but is this beta client ready for email prime time?
Google is apparently experimenting with ways to unify its disparate communication services, but will a single solution give Google too much power?
Twitter chats invite anyone with the right hashtag to join your conversation. It's a great tool for businesses looking to start a dialogue.
Obama signs law requiring NASA, Justice and Commerce departments get clearance from the FBI before buying IT systems from China-related firms
Improved spell-checking and several key security fixes are among the highlights of Google's latest browser release, Chrome version 26.
U.S. advocates for a free global Internet need to reach out to other nations to encourage their participation in open governance bodies like the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the organization's president and CEO said.
Currently, there are numerous options with potentially 'disastrous' consequences, one Mozillian says.
The government will soon need a search warrant to go through your e-mail, if a bipartisan bill introduced on Tuesday in the Senate passes.
LinkedIn, the professional social media network, is suffering intermittent service disruptions Wednesday.