A powerful new Google+ photo app embodies a sticky situation facing Web developers: embrace the Native Client tech for high-performance Web apps and risk sites that only work for Chrome users.
Welcome or otherwise, image and video previews in tweets highlight the company's tension between building a service that people love and pleasing Wall Street.
The underlying ideas, and problems, behind Intel's latest laptop pitch revealed.
Steven Sinofsky explains how Microsoft's challenge in catching up with iOS and Android is in convincing developers to write code for a third platform.
Nvidia discovers a last-minute "mechanical issue" with Shield and promptly delays it to July.
Path underdisclosed what it was doing with your address book; Pinterest didn't alert users it was making money from their links. Well, what did you expect? And was it so bad?
Thanks to Path's giant mistake, Apple is finally going to update how it protects users' contact lists.
Aereo provides live and recorded over-the-air TV in an app for $12 a month.
Apple, Google, Microsoft, TomTom, and other companies collect and store their users' location data in varying degrees. Why do they do this, and should you care?
Apple's new iOS 6, which is coming to next iPhone later this year, is looking pretty good. Will be it enough to beat out the current crop of Android 4.0 phones? Ask Maggie offers some insight.