Google's Executive Chairman took the hot seat this evening before journalists Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher. He identified Amazon%
Apple claims that "Pages is the most beautiful word processor ever designed for a mobile device." Is that a fair or outrageous claim? You tell us.
By Nick Peers
The new version introduces two major new features: support for (secure) password synchronization through Opera Link, and support for Speed Dial extensions. Other changes include enhanced support for HTML5 and CSS.
Now that RF radiation is a Class 2B carcinogen, it might be time for Steve Jobs to reconsider the cell phone radiation gauge he personally rejected from the iTunes App store.
The World Health Organization on Tuesday reclassified radio frequency electromagnetic fields generated by radio, television and wireless telecommunications as being possibly carcinogenic to humans.
At Computex in Taiwan this week, it seems like every manufacturer is set to jump on the tablet train, but we're trying to sift through the clutter for you.
A new Pew Internet study shows that 2 out of every 10 American adults has made an online phone call. Microsoft couldn't ask for better timing or validation for its $8.5B Skype deal.
There are few stories more appropriate for Betanews readers than this one. Offer feedback about beta software and get the shipping product for free. Doh. Why aren't more software developers making such offers?
Currently, a mobile tablet is likely to offer on-board storage in one of three sizes: 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB. SanDisk today revealed its 128GB SSD for mobile tablets.
The Defense Department has decided that some cyberattacks launched from one country against another are acts of war that justify the use of traditional military force. Yikes! Is that a good idea?
Thanks to increased competition in the Chinese and European mobile markets, Nokia has negatively adjusted its outlook for the second quarter.
As two major industry events debut, Apple feeds the buzz mill by announcing its new cloud service will be unveiled next week by none other than CEO Steve Jobs. Rumors are sure to overshadow news from the other venues.
Excellent photo editing, vector drawing and desktop publishing tools more than justify Photo & Graphic Designer's existence. It just might be the only drawing tool you ever need.
By Mike Feibus
With the new Ultrabook, Intel seeks to bring together the best qualities of laptops with those of tablets. It's an evolution long-time coming. Finally, near Instant-On and immediate Wake-On-Resume capabilities may reach the masses.
Now that iPad and other tablets are killing off the netbook category, Intel is looking to start another -- the thin-and-light Ultrabook -- and move 40% of laptops to the category by end of 2012.