All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
A new app for the iPhone and iPod touch allows you to be aware of your surroundings, even if you have music on your headphones.
Trying to move faster and into new realms, Adobe releases an upgrade to many of its Creative Suite apps. New Web standards and mobile devices are a major focus.
A report Friday suggests that the furor over the discovery of a "blacklist" inside the iPhone's OS might have been a bit premature, since the URL only "blacklists" certain applications.
Flickr's mobile app has become location-aware, and can now show you photos that have been taken from nearby wherever you are.
Amazon's music service also fared well in a survey of music downloaders, but MTV and VH1 lost some ground.
Shoppers in Brazil, India, and China are the most ecologically aware, while Americans appear in the least flattering light in a National Geographic survey.
As someone who tries to be aware of almost everything going on the world of technology, I am, for the lack of a better term, fed up with all of this iPhone news coverage. Even worse, I find myself submitting to the pressure and talking about the phone th
Bad Religion sang: "I'm a 21st century digital boy, I don't know how to read but I've got a lot of toys." Why don't we see more rejection of our gadget-crazed lives in popular media? We do, we're just not aware of it.
In a newspaper ad reacting to Apple's new payment system, PayPal suggests it's not secure. And, well, PayPal is.
A Minnesota man who smashed into two vehicles, police say, took to Facebook to laugh about it. He reportedly has many driving violations and no valid license.