Brian Cooley’s Tech Watch
A joint venture between three of the top wireless companies has struck a deal with all four major credit card companies that could lead to a new mobile payment system.
Some of the biggest Internet Service Providers have agreed to crackdown on users who illegally download copyrighted material.
Facebook has scheduled what it’s calling an awesome announcement at its Palo Alto headquarters Wednesday morning. CNET Editor at Large Brian Cooley speculates on what this could be.
Microsoft has officially launched its Web-based email and Office services, part of its ongoing effort to keep Google at bay when it comes to business software.
CNET is reporting that some of the nation’s largest Internet service providers may soon start cracking down on people who illegally download copyrighted material.
A new report claims that for the first time, people are spending more time using mobile apps than browsing the web.
Lawmakers are considering proposals that would stop law enforcement agencies from using GPS devices to track people without getting a warrant first.
The unlocked iPhone 4s are listed Tuesday on Apple Inc.’s website for $649 and $749. They’re identical to the version sold for use on AT&T Inc.’s network, but don’t require a two-year contract.
Some analysts out there believe that the Tablet market will quickly transform into one dominated by commodity products.
Nintendo has introduced the world to the Wii’s touchy new big brother: the Wii U.