Windows 8 Tablets: Too Little, Too Late?
Touch-friendly devices running Microsoft's next OS may be more than a year away, leaving some analysts to conclude that Redmond has already lost the tablet market.
NSFW - Siri Fails At Couples Therapy
The iPhone 4S's new voice command interface may seem magical, but she can't perform miracles. Don't force her into the middle of your personal problems.
NASA Launches Mobile Apps Store
Agency employees and contractors can download apps for smartphones to access internal information, although choices are thin to start.
9 Mobile Health Apps Worth A Closer Look
There's no doubt: Clinicians love their mobile devices. Among many new health apps, here are 9 that healthcare professionals and their patients should investigate.
AT&T Desperate To Save T-Mobile Bid
AT&T appears to be willing to do anything to salvage its plan to acquire T-Mobile USA, despite the roadblocks being thrown in its way by the government.
Android Buyers Find Smartphone Update Chaos
After Google releases a new version of Android, the time it takes carriers to update your phone varies wildly right now. One security expert says consumers must vote with their wallets.
RIM Cuts PlayBook Price By $300
Research in Motion has dropped the price of the base model of its tablet temporarily to $199 in what appears to be a last ditch effort to generate some enthusiasm.
Computer Crime Year In Review by Jennifer Granick
EFF's Civil Liberties Director, Jennifer Granick's Black Hat talk: Computer Crime Year in Review - MySpace, MBTA, Boston College and more. Granick discusses some special cases and the the application of legal statutes for them.
WhisperCore Mitigates Risks Of Android In Businesses
TechWebTV catches up with Whisper Systems' CTO and co-founder Moxie Marllinspike to discuss and demo WhisperCore -- a mobile security solution that brings BlackBerry-like centralized enterprise-grade security to Android devices.