Negotiations between Apple and music publishers to license an iTunes cloud music service are going well. Hopes are high that an agreement will be reached soon, but it's not a slam-dunk.
Google gets serious about putting an end to fragmentation at its 2011 I/O conference with the official announcement of the next generation of Android: Ice Cream Sandwich. At the same time, the tech giant adds another layer of complexity to its big picture with another big push behind Chrome OS with the announcement of a series of Chromebook devices. Will Android and Chrome OS end up going head to head or can we all just get along? We try to find the answer to that question, plus get hands on with Google's new movie rental and cloud music storage services, on this week's episode of Android Atlas Weekly with Antuan Goodwin and guest hosts Jessica Dolcourt and JT Tabencki.
CNET tries out a new app that's poised to turn your Android phone into a business device--but only when you ask it to.
Apple has added 4G LTE network support to the latest version of the iPad. But the LTE premium price tag and costly service plans will probably still make the Wi-Fi-only version more popular.
These cancer stem cells are difficult to kill because they don't divide rapidly--a common behavior that most cancer treatments target.
CEOs of the mega-retailer and the online auction giant say that wireless carriers need to open their networks and offer simpler data plans.
Katie Collins presents her guide to Pinterest -- and explains why it's going to be the next big social networking sensation in the UK.
Proposal provides $140 billion for research and development of technologies such as clean energy, wireless communications, and cybersecurity--a 5 percent increase over 2012.
Three of the men who founded The Pirate Bay have found out that the Sweden Supreme Court will not hear their appeal of fines and jail sentences imposed on them in 2010.
Two U.K. tourists were denied entry to the U.S. after one of them tweeted that he would "destroy" the place. Or party here. It's terribly unclear.