The U.S. Supreme Court struck a blow at software patents, but many feel the court did not go far enough.
Amazon likely had no choice in the matter: to launch a smartphone, it had to play the carrier’s game.
The idolatry of disruption has been put on trial. It’s the oft-overlooked force of technological evolution that reshapes the world.
Amazon Prime Music has a lot less to do with music and a lot more to do with Prime.
The Twitter client TweetDeck got smacked by an attack pushed through cross-site scripting. What’s that, you ask? Read on.
A rumored Android feature called “Nearby” may join Apple’s iBeacons in proximity location tracking on your smartphone.
After two years as president at PayPal, David Marcus is joining Facebook.
Apple is the king of devices in a world that’s gone fully to the cloud. The contrast with Android couldn’t be clearer.
ReadWrite is giving 15 developers left out of the lottery a second chance to attend Google’s developer conference.
If the beta version of iOS 8 doesn’t work out for you, you can easily get back to iOS 7. Here’s how.
iTunes Connect 3 will provide an updated portal for developer analytics in the iOS App Store.
Giving customers features they want—even if they’re copied from Android—is a welcome development.
It’s relatively easy to download and install the beta version of Apple’s iOS 8.
No iWatch, no Macs, no Apple TV, no new Maps. Even the iBeacon got no chance to shine.
With 4,000 new APIs, iOS 8 is the biggest launch for Apple developers in six years.
The latest version of Apple’s operating system for iPhones and iPads is packed with new features. Here’s a handy guide.
Microsoft thinks its Surface Pro 3 can displace your MacBook Air. Maybe not.
The Next Big Thing for mobile phones will help out carriers and smartphone makers quite a bit. Consumers? Not so much.
Handwriting-to-text may not be the most efficient use of the Pro Pen stylus with the Microsoft Surface Pro 3.
A side project from Google engineers emulates the operation of a superfast, but very, very different, type of computer.