Computing
Apple

AOL’s AV for AIM video chat service leaks

AOL's internal testing round for its new video chat service is now open to all, and it seems promising.
Apple

How will Google Music fare without label support?

Google may have beat Apple in the cloud-based music service race, but does that mean it's introducing a product that isn't quite ready?
Android Army

Google announces Honeycomb 3.1, Music beta at I/O conference

And we're off: Google has announced a slew of Android upgrades and products on their way - include Google Music beta and Honeycomb 3.1.
Computing

Panasonic Lightens up Toughbook 53

Panasonic's Toughbook 53 has a 14-inch screen, an Intel Core i3 or i5 processor, optional 3G or 4G LTE connectivity...and meets MIL-STD-810G ruggedness standards.
Computing

The best free Internet radio services

We take a closer look at the best free Internet radio services, including Pandora, Slacker and Last.fm, to what each does best - and which is the right fit for you.
Computing

Firefox 4 downloads spike with automatic upgrade offers

Mozilla has started offering Firefox users automatic upgrades to Firefox 4... and uptake for the new browser has surged.
Computing

After Sony PSN hack, ‘civil war’ fractures hacker group Anonymous

A "splinter group" has reportedly taken control of two websites that host hacker group Anonymous' primary communications channels in an attempt to decentralize the group.
Computing

Gmail adding single sign-in to chat with AIM

AOL says AIM users won't need to sign in to both AIM and Google Talk to chat with AIM contacts via Gmail.
Computing

Microsoft buys Skype for $8.5 billion

Microsoft announced today that it has purchased Skype for $8.5 billion and plans to create a new division for the voice service.
Apple

Adobe’s Photoshop Touch apps for iPad are now available

Photoshop developer Adobe releases three new iPad apps, all of which offer interconnectivity with desktop versions of Photoshop CS5.
Computing

Report: Microsoft close to buying Skype

According to reports, computer giant Microsoft is on the verge of buying Internet phone company Skype in what would be the Seattle-based company's biggest ever deal.
Computing

Sen. Rockefeller protects consumers with new do-not-track bill

Senator Jay Rockefeller introduces the Do-Not-Track Online Act of 2011 to protect consumers and give your browsing paranoia a little relief.