The exec, who clashed with Apple while at Adobe, now runs the team working on wearable software at Apple -- a vital role as the company expands into a new business.
Microsoft has let its Zune and Windows Phone 7 users know that any content that they've bought on their devices won't be accessible after February next year. Users will have to upgrade to a Windows Phone 8 handset to stay current.
Welcome to CNET Australia's App of the Day, where you can see some of the coolest, silliest and most useful apps in action.
The Timer To Light device is powered using mechanical energy. That's right, no batteries, so no charging.
Appearance of the "Open Cloud Manifesto" immediately runs into a snag as Amazon and Microsoft opt out. What's needed now is the intervention of cooler heads who can rise above the fray to figure out how to heal the rift before it widens.
Forget touch screens--the true cutting edge in this mobile phone from Ulysse Nardin is 163-year-old watch technology.
In a move that only makes sense if you're dictator for life of an oil-rich nation, luxury watch brand Ulysse Nardin says that what the world needs now is a really, really expensive phone. That you shake to charge
CNET's Donald Bell reviews the Baylis Revolution wind-up MP3 player.
The Baylis Revolution is a wind-up MP3 player that features video playback, a photo viewer, an FM radio, a voice recorder, a line input recorder, a text reader, expandable memory, and a flashlight. You can even use it to charge your cell phone.