Samsung’s OLED screens have made significant improvements, putting the Galaxy S4’s display on par with the iPhone 5’s LCD screen.<br
Skype is already the most popular VOIP and videoconferencing app in the world, but there’s plenty of room for
More smartphones than feature phones shipped in the first quarter, an industry first, says IDC.
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Privacy and education experts sound alarms about the movement to capture and analyze more and more student data, even as
Microsoft has now confirmed that the next Xbox will be unveiled at the Xbox Campus in Redmond on May
The household penetration rate of tablets is up 17 percent year over year, while the penetration rate of smartphones is
Agency shifts focus to layered capabilities and cyber as a tactical weapon, as budget constraints and new threats affect plans.<br
New reports reveal what Microsoft would not in its recent earnings meeting: Windows 8’s 7.5% share of the tablet space
Two-factor authentication is coming to Twitter, but that’s not your only social media security worry. Here’s how to lock down
Governments around the world are telling Google to remove more information.
Providers don’t need more regulation — they need fewer obstacles to complying, says hospital association in reply to government’s request
Which states have the fastest Web connections? Here’s a look at the top 10.
If you’re a fan of Formula One racing, then you’ll be used to hearing the term KERS. It stands
The appliances support comprehensive synchronous and asynchronous replication to increase data availability for applications.
IBM may be pondering the sale of its server business to Lenovo, and that’s certainly big news. But it’s
AT&T saw a niche for a wireless, personalized, app-based home security solution. Its Digital Life will be in 50 U.S.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference is scheduled for mid-June. But attendees may find that the news coming out of
New market data suggests that tablets based on the Windows 8 OS are finding their “niche” and aren’t bombing as
Wireless coverage is now available in 36 subway stations. Verizon Wireless and Sprint are joining the effort to cover all