An exhibit in New York reunites stars from technology's past -- from the "laptop" that's heavier than an automobile tire to computers you don't even need to touch -- and puts them at your fingertips.
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.
Internet advertising, mostly from text-based ads, reaches an all-time high for the first quarter.
Considering self-publishing a book? CNET's David Carnoy discusses the ins and outs of what it's all about.
The average Brit sends 200 text messages a month, according to annual research by U.K. communications regulator Ofcom.
Shortly after Apple dumped Google Maps for iOS, Google announces it's time to dramatically cut the price for others using the online service. Google also gives a plug for its map-based ad service.
In the e-book store wars, CNET's David Carnoy argues Apple is at a big disadvantage because its iBooks app isn't on multiple platforms.
You don't need an Apple or Android phone to feast on tasty app treats. Nokia's Symbian-based operating system will also let you merrily gorge yourself on an app-a-palooza of downloadable delights. To keep the Symbian fans app-happy, we've picked the top ten Nokia apps available from the Ovi Store. Read on for more.
The exchange, which lets publishers offer excess ad inventory they can't sell to advertisers looking for a bargain, takes aim at Yahoo's display ad territory.
Some viewers would eat it up; others would ignore it. But packaged right by the industry, Twitter could easily become the biggest thing in interactive TV since Dr Frank-N-Furter played the hot dog.