Survey: Android Developers Unhappy
Some Android developers are frustrated with low application download volumes, poor marketplace design, and problems with Google Checkout.
AT&T, LG Intro 1 GHz Smartphone
The eXpo is the first major U.S. smartphone to feature a 1-GHz processor, an integrated mobile projector, and a fingerprint sensor.
Obama Team Challenges Web Developers
Having rebuilt Whitehouse.gov on the open source Drupal platform, President Obama's new media team is calling on the open source community for new ideas and technology.
Google Releases Chrome OS Code
Developers can now participate in the Chrome OS open source project and help Google bring its new operating system to market next year.
Microsoft Expands App Store
Windows Marketplace for Mobile is available for handsets running Windows Mobile 6.1 and 6.0, giving developers an audience of about 30 million devices.
Glide OS Extends Search
TransMedia's forthcoming revision of its media sharing service will be accessible from any Web site through a browser plug-in.
Palm Updates WebOS
The 1.3.1 update fixes bugs and beefs up security, but doesn't restore the ability to sync with iTunes.
Cray, Dell, Microsoft Team On HPC
The high-performance computing system combines a workstation with a computing cluster to give users extra computing power at their desks.
How HP Plans To Rule The SMB World
Vowing to overcome past problems, HP unveils its latest not-so-secret plan for worldwide SMB domination. There's lots to like, but low prices don't seem to be the company's top priority.
Samsung Intros Mobile OS
The company's open source Bada smartphone operating system will compete with the likes of Symbian and the Google-backed Android.
Microsoft Releases Exchange 2010
The e-mail server includes better storage optimization, voicemail integration, archiving, and potentially big cost savings, says the software giant.
Hadoop Crunches Web-Sized Data
To parse large volumes of data from Web servers, Yahoo and others turn to Hadoop's open source cloud-based analysis system.