A Google project called Native Client turns out not just to be for running fast software from the Web securely. Google plans to use it to run the entire browser, too.
Can RIM survive as Android and iOS continue to dominate the smartphone market? CNET takes a look at RIM's fall, its bet on the PlayBook, and how it can get back on the mend.
Curious to know which games will be optimised for the Xperia Play's PlayStation-style controller? We've got the full list inside.
An optional 'app player' for RIM's new BlackBerry PlayBook tablet will allow Android 2.3 Gingerbread apps to run on the device.
Hidden solar panels will be incorporated into a mega temple to power lighting in Nepal.
The iPad 2 is packing improved graphics performance, and game developers are already at work on making the next crop of games look even better.
Social search and question-and-answer sites are full of queries about how to treat injuries or deal with illnesses. It seems like an opportunity for physicians chime in, but there are roadblocks.
Google releases the first developer version of its Native Client software to give Web apps the speed of native apps. It wants programmers to try it out, and Adobe looks interested.
Sony Ericsson has formally unveiled its Xperia Play PlayStation Phone at Mobile World Congress, revealing that it will go on sale in March with more than 50 games available at launch.
Mozilla programmers hope to release the first beta version of Jetpack, Firefox 4's new foundation for customization through add-ons, on Monday. It won't be feature-complete, though.