There's nothing quite like Mozilla in the tech world. Over a 16-year history, it's combined a do-good philosophical ethos with Silicon Valley competitiveness. Here's its history.
Big batteries help keep our phablets going, but filling them can mean a long wait at the electron pump. New standards promise to top our mobile devices off faster than ever.
Thinking about getting a projector? Don't forget the screen!
Version 2.0 of Gmail's iOS app brings support for multiple accounts. Learn how to add accounts, and what you can and can't do with multiple accounts.
After adapting concepts from Xerox PARC to create the Lisa and Macintosh computers, Apple has spent decades trying to protect its user interface software and its hardware designs via litigation.
Projectors provide better picture quality and value than any huge LCD TV.
Google's Internet evangelist, responsible for the address shortage on today's Internet, is anxious for IPv6 improvements. Also: his views on U.N. regulation, censorship, bandwidth caps, and .google.
The lower-level programming language has matured enough to sport the 1.0 version number. And it's being used for real work at Google.
Want a sepia-tone video? The "Sprockets" beta can do it. Also in LR4 are editing refinements and support for geotagging, book printing, and soft proofing.
Android, WebOS, QNX, Windows--so many operating systems were supposed to have a decent shot at competing with the iPad. How have they fared so far? Not so hot.