AdBlock Plus is making the jump from browser plug-in to Android app. Do we need to block mobile ads, or is this bad news for users and app developers?
Google's cloud-dependent Chromebooks haven't taken off yet. Is a touchscreen and a more Surface-like experience in order?
Smartphone theft is on the rise – and often violent. How can consumers protect themselves, and why isn't there a national stolen phone blacklist?
Apple's stores are leading the retail industry in revenue per square foot, and none of its competitors seem to be able to crack the code.
Intel CEO Paul Otellini is retiring in May. Could a change in leadership ironically help the chipmaking giant keep up with mainstream computing?
What does Steven Sinofsky's abrupt departure from Microsoft mean for Windows…and the way the company will compete with Apple and Google?
Google Free Zone enables feature phone users use mail, Web search, and Google+ for free. Is it generosity at work, a savvy market grab, or both?
Researchers at IBM have detailed methods that could let chip designers move away from silicon transistors to smaller – and faster – carbon nanotubes.
Three of Japan's consumer electronics giants are on the ropes - how have the mighty fallen, and what does it mean for your next tech buys?
When you use the Internet for everything from ordering pizza to shuffling around thousands of dollars between bank accounts, why can't you use it to cast a simple vote?
As major bigwigs depart and others play musical chairs with responsibilities, consumers have just one question: What does this mean for the future of Apple products?
Microsoft may be on the hook for up to $7.4 billion thanks to a glitch that stopped offering users a choice over which browser to use, but how come an increasingly dominant Apple has escaped antitrust allegations?
Apple's on the verge of launching a new, smaller iPad. We dive into the rumors to figure out what you should expect from the new tablet, and why Apple decided to reverse course and make a smaller tablet after criticizing them.