With an app hierarchy, CEO Mark Zuckerberg tries to quell Wall Street's appetite for additional revenue from Facebook's latest ventures.
AT&T expands offerings for the frugal wireless consumer.
As it readies the launch of BlackBerry 10, Research In Motion will decrease the price tiers used by developers, meaning lower prices on apps.
Company announces the rumored paid storage options for SkyDrive, its cloud storage service, and has rolled out previews of new SkyDrive apps for Windows and Mac OS X Lion.
IBM Vice President Craig Hayman says that proven system architecture models and open standards are the way to go.
Why buy a health tracker? Why not. Facebook is such a well-oiled machine that its CEO can toy around with apps outside the social network's comfort zone.
The carrier now offers a very small bucket of shared data at a not-so-small price.
Frustrated by the giant stack of old magazines and newspapers cluttering up your coffee table? Go digital.