Increasingly, doctors are using mobile apps to access patient information.
Could the Internet mean the end of snow days? Some schools think so.
The first laptops running on a Google-designed software system will go on sale in the U.S. and six other countries next month.
Microsoft Corp. said Tuesday that it has agreed to buy the popular
Internet telephone service Skype SA for $8.5 billion in the biggest deal
in the software maker's 36-year history.
YouTube is doubling the size of its online video store in an expansion
that will make more movies available for Internet streaming at the same
time they're released on DVD.
Apple Inc. moved up to the top spot in a global ranking of brand value
this year, replacing Google Inc., which has become Apple's arch-rival in
the market for mobile operating systems.
T-Mobile USA lost a record number of subscribers in the first three
months of the year, posing a conundrum for regulators as they look at
whether to let AT&T Inc. buy the smaller carrier for $39 billion.
In the race to build a faster computer chip, there is literally nowhere
to go but up.
Twitter said Monday that it recorded the highest sustained volume of
messages in its history around the time of the announcement of Osama bin
Laden's death by the White House.
Consumer technology companies reporting financial results this week are
looking like rowboats bobbing in the wake of Apple Inc.'s supertanker.