Google has updated the transit features of its popular Maps service on Android, making it easier to find public transportation.
Malware on Google's Android platform has risen threefold in the second quarter of this year, with nearly 15,000 new malware added to Kaspersky Lab's database.
A US judge has ordered Google and Oracle to reveal the identities of bloggers and journalists they allegedly paid to publish biased comments on the patent dispute between them.
At the first day of Siggraph 2012, which is taking place at the Los Angeles Convention Center, Khronos group announced the new iterations of OpenGL API for conventional computers and consoles (OpenGL), as well as mobile devices (OpenGL ES).
Apple is again embroiled in a patent battle after a Taiwanese university sued it over the alleged infringement of two of its speech recognition patents.
Apple has sold three million copies of OS X Mountain Lion, the latest release of the Mac operating system, in just four days.
Nokia is abandoning its Linux-based mobile software that was designed to compete with Google's Android platform, with sources blaming a move to cut costs for the decision.
Apple has released the latest version of OS X, dubbed Mountain Lion, for its Mac computer range, touting hundreds of new features.
Microsoft is introducing a “try before you buy” feature for apps in its Windows 8 store, giving users a week to see if they really want to pay for the app.
Microsoft has unveiled the latest version of its popular productivity software, Office 2013, promising a slew of new features, a redesigned interface, and complete integration with Windows 8, Windows Phone 8, Skype, and a number of other services.
Symantec made a major blunder with an update to its anti-virus software, which caused a number of PCs to crash, forcing customers to seek professional servicing to get their computers working again.
Microsoft has announced that Windows 8 will release in October, with enterprise customers and hardware partners getting access as early as August.
UKFast, a hosting specialist in the UK, has revealed what it believes are the top 10 cyber security failings of 2012, showing a surprising amount of complacency among people when going online.
Regional restrictions are single most common cause of content piracy. Today, we live in a internetworked world and for as long as you try to keep those borders closed, you'll have a potential legal issue. Until now.
Samsung has launched the S Health “personal wellness” application for the Galaxy S III, hoping to help improve the health of its smartphone users.
For countless years, Apple insisted that their operating system is safer than ones running competing operating systems such as Microsoft Windows or Linux. At the same time, Apple was one of easiest systems to break in (firewall disabled by default) and now, with egos wounded (and legally liable) from Flashback botnet, a change happened.
Microsoft has announced a host of new features that will come with Windows Phone 8, including a revamped start screen, dual-core processor support, more screen resolutions, microSD support, a digital wallet, and several improvements for business users.
Microsoft has unveiled Windows Phone 8 at the Windows Phone Summit in San Francisco, with the biggest feature being shared code with Windows 8, creating a potentially universal experience across desktop computers and mobile devices.
The United States and Israel are allegedly behind the potent Flame malware, which targets countries in the Middle East, according to a US newspaper.
Facebook has bought facial recognition firm Face.com for up to $60 million, according to sources close to the company.