European regulators fined Microsoft $732 million after Google and Opera reported Microsoft’s browser choice infraction, says The Financial Times.
Get out your tissues, guys, and make sure no one can see your eyes. Before its retirement, as the …read more
Facebook designers go back to the future to deploy tried-and-true layouts to improve navigation in the network.
There have been convertible tablet PCs in one form or another for years now, but slate-only versions were never …read more
You’d think that negotiating rights deals with record labels would be easy for Apple, which opened the floodgates on …read more
Twitter is updating its Android and iOS apps to bring faster content delivery for users.
In what must be a big blow for EA and Maxis, Amazon has stopped selling download copies of the …read more
As streaming music grows in popularity, its only a matter of time before Google jumps in the ring with …read more
eWEEK highlights some of the mobile technology on display at CeBIT.
At stake is the future of a free online alternative to expensive college textbooks, says open-source textbook maker.<br style="clear: both" …read more
T-Mobile is planning “significant” layoffs in its Bellevue, Wash., headquarters, starting as soon as March 7, despite promises of job …read more