Turns out that consumers, by and large, really are interested in moving as much of their digital stuff as they can into the cloud, a market-research report finds.
With Lookout, you can back up your contacts, lock the handset, and even wipe your phone's contents should the phone go missing.
When your phone goes walkies, you'll wish you'd installed security software to lock it down and find it. Do it now with this handy guide!
This free iPhone app makes it a snap to keep track of calories consumed and burned.
Apple's Xcode development tools are available through the Mac App Store, but some people have run into some problems when installing from the store, including hangs during installation and data loss.
Despite being late to the party, RIM's latest service is enticing, and another reason for loyalists to stay.
Not all cloud services are built alike. We take a look at some of the most popular options — what they're for, how you can use them and, most importantly, what you get.
What was unseen can be seen again: Flickr is reconstituting a Flickr user's inadvertently deleted 4,000-photo account. And a new system will make account restoration easier.
We get an email telling us our podcast RSS feed is now blocked in China after talking about the dispute over World of Warcraft between two Chinese government departments. Really? THAT is what got us blocked. We also get a kick out of good old Grandpa Mu
Large, powerful companies making people 'disappear' is usually the stuff of Hollywood, but if a computer science graduate has his way, Google might do just that