Microsoft has introduced a cloud-based service designed to simplify the remote management of desktop PCs.
Adobe is calling for testers to sign up for the beta for Flash Player 10.1 and Adobe AIR 2.0 for Android.
Travelers stranded by the effects of the Icelandic volcano are turning to social media to get themselves home.
Oracle has issued an emergency patch to seal a critical Java vulnerability that allowed hackers to install malicious software on Windows-based systems.
Google has introduced a new feature that allows users to trawl the murky depths of public Twitter archives.
Adobe Systems is reportedly preparing to sue Apple over the latter's decision to ban Flash-converted (and Silverlight) apps on the iPhone 4 SDK.
The US Library of Congress has announced that it is to acquire the entire Twitter archive and preserve it for posterity.
Forget Microsoft Office and its bloated, creeping feature syndrome!
The Redmond-based behemoth known as Microsoft has confirmed that it will be issuing 11 security bulletins on Patch Tuesday to fix a whopping 25 vulnerabilities in Windows, Office and Exchange.
A major investor in Twitter has hinted that he'd like to see the site creating its own mobile and desktop clients.
Yes, like Cyndi Lauper once said, girls just want to have fun! But do they need Glo to do it?
The creator of Metal Gear Solid has claimed that console gaming will soon be little more than a curious relic of the past.
Google has kicked off a campaign to promote its redesigned Buzz social networking platform, which now boasts improved privacy features such as auto-following.
Yelp is attempting to sidestep criticism of its business review service with an overhaul of its website.
Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a system that allows a car to stay in its lane without human control.
Mozilla's little browser that could is actually on its way to dethroning Internet Explorer as the default, most widely used browser in the world, and the apex of its growth is in Europe.
US regulators have kicked off what promises to be a thorough investigation of glitches allegedly plaguing some of Toyota's vehicular systems and related software.
Suits, ties and drones beware! A recent study has concluded that social media usage in corporate America is "fast outpacing" its system of rigid control.
Ooops! It seems as if Facebook has somehow managed to inadvertently leak the private e-mail addresses of an unknown number of users.
A University of Washington team has developed a system it says makes all software effectively open source, allowing users to add custom features to any program.