You can use your iPhone to wake your Mac, provided both are on the same local network.
You're invited to a public event tonight in downtown San Francisco that we're co-hosting with the Internet Society to discuss the National Security Agency's bulk surveillance programs.
Verizon and Time Warner Cable say they won't pull the plug on customers as a result of piracy complaints from Hollywood movie studios and record labels as part of the "six strikes" program.
Rumors that Apple will use an alloy with sci-fi characteristics in the next iPhone are like an energy drink for a paranoid imagination.
CellControl virtually links your cell phone to your car and blocks incoming calls when you're driving. It also blocks use of text and e-mail messages.
With USAA's updated iPhone, customers can take a picture of a check and deposit the funds directly to their bank accounts.
Microsoft is putting Office online. No time soon, but it will happen. Also Netflix will stream movies in HD. Not until mid-November. And only for Xbox Live paying members. But hey, why would we want to satisfy anyone now.
Jean-Louis Gassée looks into Apple's MobileMe launch misfire and whether the company is capable of running a worldwide wireless data synchronization service for tens of millions of users.
Corporate subscriptions boost first-quarter income for the Linux company, which is making gains on Novell.
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