I recently chatted with Alex Gawley, the service’s product manager, about Gmail’s first nine years — and a little bit about where it might be going.
A wireless startup aims to let you pay for only the services you use — down to the app-by-app level.
ZDnet’s Mary Jo Foley on the possibility that Microsoft may undo some of its Windows 8 decisions: smart!
Mobile Opportunity’s Michael Mace reimagines the PC, and comes up with something which is nothing like Windows 8 or the iPad.
A few weeks ago, Facebook switched things up in a way that briefly left me wondering if I was going prematurely senile. Now that I more or less understand what’s going on, I’m an unhappy camper.
An iPhone app aims to make it a whole lot easier to find things to do among millions of listings from Facebook and elsewhere.
MoviePass’s Netflix-like service for movie theaters is clever, but screen owners are still deciding how they feel about it.
Upcoming tweaks will give Facebook’s Android home screen better tools for managing apps and the ability to initiate Chat Head chats.
With new interfaces, smarter technology and deeper access to information about its users, Google is about to go places no search engine has ever gone.
The company says it has no plans to discontinue the packaged version of Office anytime soon.
In 1990, Windows 3.0 sold at a then-blistering rate: four million copies in just one year.
New stats on how Windows is doing tell us only so much.