The company is moving ahead with new features in its Office Web Apps -- a key piece of its devices and services corporate makeover -- with its "Gemini" wave of updates.
Mobile operators and some handset makers launch the Wholesale Applications Community, an attempt to bypass Google and Apple with cross-platform Web apps.
Expect partners for Mozilla's Boot to Gecko, a mobile OS for Web apps, to emerge at Mobile World Congress. B2G has big challenges, but there are no easy ways into the mobile market.
Chip giant's Linux-based operating system is set to fade away after merging with another Linux platform under another name.
We've got Philips's new Wi-Fi-enabled, hard disk-based streaming audio solution for the home -- the WACS7500 -- and we've been putting it through its paces
A group is planning to protest in front of, and even inside, Apple retail stores next weekend over the company's involvement with a tax lobbying group.
A wrap-up of the second day of Mobile World Congress 2011 in Barcelona, Spain.
CEOs from Research In Motion and Nokia say that, though beset by Apple's iOS and Google's Android, they will win over wireless operators by helping them make money.
Opera Software has laid the framework for getting widgets onto its Android browser.
We go hands-on crazy with the Philips WAC3500D. It's a budget media streamer and hard disk-based music server, and it's got loads of love for Wi-Fi, too. Not bad for just over £200