Open Garden launches invite to chat off the grid
Kaspersky Lab nails 'Find and Call' trojan bearing phone-book service
Amazon fends off Apple claim to "Appstore" name
A federal judge on Wednesday rejected Apple's claim of false advertising for Amazon.com to refer to its online shop for mobile gadget applications as an "app store."
Update to Phantom 2 Vision and Vision+ UAVs allows for autonomous flights
Review: Windows Phone innovations show promise
In the market for smartphones, Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 system is barely there. It's dwarfed by Apple's iOS and Google's Android systems in both attention and sales.
SHORE facial analysis spots emotions on Google Glass
China writers seek $8 mln from Apple in piracy row
A group of Chinese writers who accuse Apple's online store for selling pirated copies of their books is seeking $8 million in compensation from the US firm, state media said Sunday.
Wiki-Kids: Teaching educators a thing or two about learning
Over the last decade, educators veered away from rote learning as the dominant technique for children's education. New curriculum standards call for a greater emphasis on active learning, critical thinking, ...
How Secure are iPhone and Android Apps
Review: Offline Gmail app good for casual use
Google's new software for using Gmail without an Internet connection comes across as a throwback to an era when we weren't connected all the time and on all sorts of devices, from phones to iPads.
Microsoft delivers Office for rival Apple's iPad (Update)
Microsoft unveiled a version of its popular Office software suite for iPad tablets Thursday as the company's new chief moved to expand its "Internet cloud" footprint.
Judge unimpressed with Apple 'App Store' claim
A federal judge on Wednesday denied a bid by Apple to immediately stop Amazon.com from calling its online shop for smartphone programs an "App Store."
Apple lets iPhone apps get down to business
Apple said Friday that it is allowing businesses to sell content or services through applications given away for free at the iPhone maker's online App Store.
Review: Lots of innovations beyond iOS and Android
(AP)—The "1 percent" is often used to disparage the American elites at the very top of the wealth scale. When it comes to smartphones, however, the "1 percent" is the bottom of the heap.