Study finds the mind is a frequent, but not happy, wanderer
People spend 46.9 percent of their waking hours thinking about something other than what they're doing, and this mind-wandering typically makes them unhappy. So says a study that used an iPhone web app to ...
The Physical Web project aims to ease smart object interactions
Google trumpets Dart release as first stable version
Microsoft Office comes to Android, but not tablets
Microsoft is bringing a pared-down version of its Office software to Android phones, but it won't work on Android tablets just as it doesn't on iPads.
Microsoft adds a collaboration feature to the Word Web App
Social-network use leads companies to boost security
When Randy Kortering decided to upgrade computer network defenses at Haworth, a $1 billion-a-year office fixtures manufacturer, his chief of security warned him about social-networking use.
Microsoft announces new email client, launches Outlook.com preview
Microsoft introduced a new email client Tuesday called Outlook.com, a personal version of its already widely used brand.
Samsung Series 5 Chromebook irons out kinks
Consumers shopping for a PC have a new choice: laptops running Google's Chrome OS operating system.
Chrome Beta gets built-in webcam and microphone support
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 sets prices for forthcoming Office 2010
(AP) -- Microsoft Corp. will sell four versions of the forthcoming Office 2010 software, due out in June, for prices ranging from $99 to $499.
Google sits on Internet-traffic throne, says report
FireChat's revolutionary use will not be revolutionary for long
FireChat, the mobile phone app that allows users to communicate directly with each other through Bluetooth and Wi-Fi instead of through the existing telecoms network, has demonstrated its usefulness in H ...
Most US publications have mobile presence
Almost all major US newspapers and magazines have a mobile Web presence, and most of those without one will create one in the coming months, an industry survey showed Monday.