Computing
Computing

Can Mozilla survive without Google?

Mozilla makes Firefox, but is heavily dependent on Google for revenue to fund its efforts. The problem? Google makes Chrome - and Mozilla's deal with Google is up for renewal.
Computing

After flooding, Western Digital resumes production of hard drives

After devastating floods covered Thailand's landscape with enough water to close down factories of several prominent electronics and computer manufacturers, Western Digital has recovered one factory from the flooding.
Apple

Weekly Rewind: Spotify does apps, Facebook IPO may come this spring, and two iPhone 4s spontaneously combust

This week we learned about Spotify's new offerings, saw two iPhones mysteriously combust, and heard that Facebook's IPO date may be closer than we think.
Computing

Windows 8 ARM tablets may not get the classic desktop

A new rumor suggests that Windows 8 may not have a classic desktop when run on ARM tablets and notebooks. Is this a good idea?
Computing

OneReceipt aims to give users access to all their online receipts

New online service OneReceipt syncs with email accounts to give users a helpful visual timeline of online purchases.
Computing

Europe’s largest IT company bans email

Atos is taking the plunge and not looking back: the international IT organization will ban email and look to chat clients for office communication.
Computing

Spotify joins the apps business: unveils new music app platform

Spotify has unveiled its new goal: to become an app platform for music. The company is now joining forces with competing services like Last.fm and opening its music library to all developers.
Computing

Glass Multi-Touch Keyboard & Mouse makes input a see-through experience

Kickstarter computing project looks to make coffee and donut danger a thing of the past... and look good doing it!
Computing

Study: Laptop Wi-Fi may damage sperm

Guys, listen up. Using your laptop with the Wi-Fi on for hours on end may be upsetting some organisms living close by - ie. your sperm.
Apple

Is Microsoft Office coming to the iPad?

If Microsoft is indeed handing over Office Suite integration, it will be a major coup for Apple.
Apple

Apple rumor: 15-inch MacBook Air due in Q1 of 2012

A larger, 15-inch Apple MacBook Air will reportedly hit shelves during the first quarter of 2012, with new 11.6-inch and 13.3-inch models of the ultrabook also expected.
Apple

How to get Macs and PCs to play nice together

Macs and PCs may work differently, but they can coexist together. Learn how to comfortably straddle the gap between both operating systems with these simple tips.