The winners and losers from the launch of Facebook Home.
As with Apple, Chinese criticism of Microsoft’s Surface Pro warranty policies could mark the beginning of a wider tussle.
The Skydog Router: Forget “consumerization of the enterprise,” check out the “enterprisification of the consumer!”
The rapid embrace of smartphones by teenagers will likely have significant and lasting repercussions for the web, the browser, the PC – and all that these touch.
Should you? Just what is the protocol when a celebrity tweeter dies?
Major League Baseball is social. [Infographic]
Facebook Home doesn’t post much of a threat to the iPhone quite yet, but its innovative presentation should serve as inspiration to Apple design guru Jony Ive.
Way before Silicon Valley crashed its way into mainstream consciousness, Hollywood was promoting the nerd.
Do you think constantly being on your smartphone has sapped your creative impulse?
Why Windows Phone will always be an also-ran.
A foldable iPhone would absolutely rule the mobile computing world.
Apple’s apology and business practice changes may not completely satisfy China’s government — but it could be enough to mollify the country’s bureaucrats for now.
Tim Cook and Apple apologize to customers in China over warranty and customer support issues. Will it be enough to smooth over criticism from the company’s second-largest market?
Facebook phone – and a new international survey – confirm once again that native apps trump the Mobile Web.
We probably check our Facebook pages far too frequently already. So who really needs a Facebook-dedicated device?
The iPhone’s strengths may wind up killing our creativity.
Can Firefox OS provide a viable alternative to Android and iOS in the global smartphone wars? Maybe not, but it’s sure going to take a serious run at it.
Amazon, which isn’t known for its own social efforts, is acquiring Goodreads, a big social community focused on books. Hmm. Could the online retailer be planning something?
It costs a lot to be an Apple fanboy. Just look at what ReadWrite contributor Brian Hall spent in a year. The prospect of the iWatch just makes it worse.