The Electronic Entertainment Expo, better known as E3, is underway in Los Angeles and we've already seen some hardware revisions and new products come out from Sony, Microsoft, and of course, Nintendo. As E3 is now largely a media event, there's increased pressure on media sites to provide the latest news.
What will your Web browser look like in 2015? Five years doesn't always bring dramatic change to some technologies--today's desktop PC, for instance, isn't that different from its 2005 predecessor--but browsers are undergoing major changes that will alter our day-to-day computing lives.
Facebook recently made some significant changes to its privacy settings, but ten advocacy groups are want the social network to do more. The groups are asking for six additional privacy changes, ranging from providing a more secure user connection to the Facebook site, to giving you more control over how third-party apps access your data.
A 13-year relationship with IBM and its Websphere application integration server has been critical in helping ING Direct of Canada quickly build and operate a mobile banking application, a bank official said.
Despite the flood of existing social networking tools, Hewlett-Packard Co. will soon introduce its own social network, albeit specifically aimed at IT pros.
Sencha Touch leverages the WebKit browser engine and is optimized for building applications for touch-based devices
Apple asked developers last week to update their App Store offerings for iOS 4. Now, just five days later, these updates are hitting shelves in the ramp up to iOS 4âs release next Monday.
Apple on Wednesday released iTunes 9.2, an update to its media and syncing software for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.
Microsoft exploits SharePoint to support internal podcasting network
Address the explosion in mobile devices, IBM announced new software, services and research projects at the opening of new software development lab in Massachusetts.