Microsoft will take the wraps off a "consumer preview" version of its Windows 8 OS at an event in Spain later this month.
Security software company Symantec tried to negotiate this week with the hacker group Anonymous to prevent the release of source code stolen in 2006. But the talks failed, and now Anonymous has published both the code and the email trail detailing negotiations.
iPhone helped drive up activation numbers for Sprint. Still, the company posted a major loss in the last quarter of 2011, thanks to the iPhone.
A new data deal from Verizon Wireless is tied to the release of the Droid 4 smartphone.
Seen the latest Windows 8 draft? The Start button, a fixture in Windows since 1995, got the axe as Microsoft attempts major OS overhaul.
More than half of Facebook users access the social network through a mobile device. And now Facebook could be close to rolling out a mobile advertising initiative.
David Choe, the artist commissioned to paint a mural in Facebook HQ in 2005, is about to become a very rich man indeed – all thanks to some graffiti murals and the Facebook IPO.
Gmail Man is here, and he's looking at your private messages. Microsoft's new ad takes some humorous jabs at Google's free mail service.
New data shows the worldwide breakdown of mobile phone sales in 2011. Feature phones are increasingly being replaced by smart phones, with top-tier models from Apple and Samsung leading the pack.
Android malware is on the rise. But Google says its new 'Bouncer' system has already been successful in repelling waves of spammers and phishers.
The impending Facebook IPO has given a leg-up to social gaming powerhouse Zynga.