When it arrives on handsets and tablets this fall, iOS 6 won’t just be a simple operating system update — it will be Apple’s interpretation of exactly how a modern mobile OS should perform.
If it wasn’t obvious before, it’s crystal clear today. The dedicated portable GPS device is dead, with Apple and Google playing pallbearer to Garmin, Magellan and TomTom.
Red Hat has moved to ease fears that the new secure boot mechanism included in Microsoft’s upcoming Windows 8 operating system will make it overly difficult to also install Linux on Windows 8 machines.
Apple is going to deliver a double whammy to Google next week at WWDC, its huge developer conference.
Diffbot aims to make it easier for apps to read Web pages the way humans do.
Picture this: You put on a headset and relax your mind. Soon you begin controlling an object with your thoughts.
Researchers have identified a sophisticated new computer virus 20 times the size of Stuxnet, the malicious software that disabled centrifuges in an Iranian nuclear plant. But unlike Stuxnet, the new malware appears to be used solely for espionage.
Does this new service help people find the most interesting crowds, or is it just another "stalker app"?
The iPad is a more capable device than a lot of people may realize.
The first purely silicon oxide-based 'Resistive RAM' memory chip that can operate in ambient conditions – opening up the possibility of new super-fast memory - has been developed by researchers at UCL.
Rumors of a redesigned MacBook Pro are growing more rampant as an annual Apple conference draws nearer, with the latest development being that the new models will include improved Intel chips.
Just snap a bunch of pictures of the object you want to reproduce from different angles, and the app, cleverly named 123D Catch, creates a 3-D rendering automatically.
Klik uses facial-recognition technology to identify who you're shooting.
Google on Wednesday confirmed that it wants a new trial on the copyright portion of a legal battle being fought with Oracle in San Francisco federal court.
It’s hard to use the Internet anymore without being watched. Tracking cookies follow your every move, so advertisers can figure out what to sell you.
A jury has ruled that Google infringed on Oracle’s copyrights in building a new version of the Java platform for its Android mobile operating system, but it was unable to reach a decision on whether this infringement was acceptable under the law.
While there’s lots of buzz still about the potential disruptive nature of software-defined networking (SDN), other than for big players like Google, the cloud-friendly technology has not been something everyday companies can order up.
The Night Vision iPhone Adapter connects night vision scopes and iPhone 4 models
Small fish bend themselves into a 'C' shape before they flee from predators. Observations have suggested that this shape helps them to abruptly put the greatest distance possible between themselves and their predators.
“Can somebody use another company’s property just because it suits them?”
Google Inc. (GOOG) employees who worked on a mapping-service project told the U.S. Federal Communications Commission they didn’t initially know about software that would gather personal data, even though an engineer disclosed the program’s details
A smartphone application set to debut next week looks to bring real-time complaint reporting to Transportation Security Administration (TSA) checkpoints.
Hologram show with Snoop Dogg dazzles California concert crowd
The leader of the social network's efforts to mine its piles of data says the effort can help explain why people act as they do.
A new Mac OS X Trojan referred to as Backdoor.OSX.SabPub.a or SX/Sabpab-A is also exploiting Java vulnerabilities in a way that requires no user interaction. It is being used in targeted attacks.
In as little as five years, gesture-based computing could become the norm in the workplace, Forrester analyst Frank Gillett told Business Insider.
When Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom was at Stanford, he was approached by Mark Zuckerberg to join Facebook.
Facebook Inc. said it is acquiring the popular photo-sharing app maker Instagram for $1 billion in cash and stock in what is the social network's biggest acquisition to date.
Second source confirms massive Mac infestation, claims more than 600K machines compromised
AOL will sell and license patents to Microsoft for $1.056 billion, amid pressure for AOL to regain its status as a top Web company.