Apple has reversed itself on app tools and its online store, opening the door to better third-party applications. But you still won't be able to view Flash.
Developments in battery technology may be unknown, but they are happening every day.
Open-source is a term typically associated with current software development, but Greg Crowe finds the precedent was set in the 19th century, with Louis Daguerre's pursuit of photography.
A service pack hack allows Windows XP SP2 users to get some updates meant for SP3 systems.
GCN's Trudy Walsh bids farewell after many years covering government and information technology.
GCN Lab director John Breeden writes about his memories of another disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, and the literary project it inspired.
GCN Lab director John Breeden is glad new government rules let him do whatever he wants with his iPhone.
Using the latest Passmark benchmark, GCN Lab director John Breeden contrasts the performance of Intel chips vs. the value of AMD processors.
Adobe's new release will confine display of PDF files to a sandbox.
A six-month stint with a Verizon Wireless Droid by Motorola eased daily tasks for GCN’s Trudy Walsh.
Although malware targeting mobile devices is on the rise, there are some things you should know -- and some steps you should take -- that will keep yours uninfected.
NASA’s new Moonbase Alpha game gives you the thrills and chills of a moon mission from your PC.