Smartphones aren't just good for avoiding the malls this holiday season. While you're loading a virtual shopping cart with goodies, stop and check out some of the ways you can use your phone to give back the smart way.
We talk on our phones all the time, everywhere. Maybe we should watch what we say.
Twitter's going public, and that means revealing more than ever about about company's strategy and financials. Want the interesting bits?
Let's face it: Microsoft's Surface RT and Surface Pro tablets have been a flop. What can Microsoft do to make its Surface platform relevant?
The iPhone 5s is the world's first 64-bit smartphone. Is that just marketing gimmickry, or does the tech deliver real benefits while setting the stage for the future?
Now that we've all given up and just watch TV with phones in hand and tablets on lap, Twitter has reaped the rewards of second screen engagement. But here comes Facebook ...
Microsoft just plunked down $7.2 billion for Nokia's devices business and 32,000 employees - including former Microsoft exec Stephen Elop. Is Elop now Ballmer's most likely replacement?
Email is the Internet's original killer app, but it wasn't designed with security or privacy in mind. Can email ever be truly secure?
Is the U.S. government blackballing Huawei just because it's headquartered in China? Huawei's William Plummer thinks so - and wishes the U.S. government would just grow up.
A former head of the NSA says China's Huawei is a threat to the United States security - but nothing's ever been proven. Is Huawei just a scapegoat?
Steve Ballmer's latest Microsoft re-org is the largest in decades. Will it lead the company to the forefront of consumer technology? Don't hold your breath.
Internet music services claim they're being killed by royalties; artists claim they're barely seeing any royalties at all. How do music royalties work, and who's right?
Apple's limited Mac lineup can be frustrating, especially for pros who need to get stuff done. Could "hackintoshes" – PCs running OS X – be a solution? We think so, so read on to find out how to get started.
Douglas Engelbart may not be a household name, but he among the first to conceive of hypertext, online collaboration, graphical user interfaces, and - oh yes - the mouse.
Apple's forthcoming Mac Pro is a radical redesign, but will it meet the needs of professionals who rely on Apple's top-of-the-line Macs?