Have you wanted to check out Quickoffice in the past so you could edit Microsoft Office documents from your mobile device with ease? Google has just introduced two new perks since its acquisition of the application. Read on to find out what they are!
Company kicks off a campaign against German government proposals that would force search engines to pay a copyright fee every time they bring up a snippet of a news story in results.
Dubbed the Olympic Athletes Hub, the one-stop social-media shop will give fans easy access to competitors' Facebook and Twitter accounts, as well as an array of real-time results.
When it comes to email the message is always "buyer beware".
The Pirate Bay is in the dock this week as Hollywood studios attempt to blow the popular BitTorrent site out of the water. But when did linking to things become illegal?
At the World Economic Forum annual meeting, economists ask governments to use economic stimulus spending to promote clean technologies that mitigate climate change.
President-elect is reportedly considering tearing down some of the walls between the two groups to make the U.S. more competitive with China in space exploration.
Michael Zimbalist, vice president of R&D at The New York Times Co., describes how the newspaper company is finding ways to link print and online in the mobile arena.
System is designed to be an easy-to-install way to reach the company's large library of casual games.
I am in Paris, attending the DMI (Design Management Institute) annual European Conference. Executives from design-centric brands, corporate design managers, and others gather to discuss the power of design.