iPhone users beware: researchers have found that your phone is tracking your movements and is secretly storing them on your computer.
Apple has stopped offering rebates for both MobileMe and iWork, prompting speculation that refreshes for both products are due soon.
While it's not the first panoramic photo app to arrive for iOS, Photosynth is one of the few such apps that's free and that emphasizes photo-sharing.
The rumors continue to indicate that the iPhone 5 will skip summer and will debut this fall instead.
Google, already under antitrust scrutiny in the U.S. and Europe, is facing allegations of anti-competitive practices in South Korea involving the dominance of Android operating system.
Google will now make copyright violators watch a video and pass test as part of a new copyright rehabilitation program.
According to a new report Bing may be steadily closing the gap on Google. But can Microsoft's search engine continue to make inroads without making innovations?
Cisco has announced that the Flip cams' days are numbered, just two years after the company paid over half a billion dollars for the product line.
Google has launched a new trivia game where Googling for the answers isn't just OK. It's encouraged.
In an era where many refer to their phones as a "CrackBerry," a new study finds (perhaps not surprisingly) that media addiction runs high among college students.
A new analyst report suggests that tablet makers will have a very hard time keeping pace with Apple's iPad 2 moving into 2012.