Larry Magid’s Hi Tech Reports
There are rumors Apple’s next generation iPhone will include a leaner connector, but that means you’ll probably need an adapter to plug in to your older devices.
Mozilla is releasing an updated Firefox browser that they say will make your surfing even safer. The new browser will automatically encrypt Google searches.
Microsoft unveiled an updated version of its popular Office Suite at a presentation at San Francisco’s Metreon Monday that integrates social media and cloud computing.
Lady Gaga’s social network, LittleMonsters.com, is now open to the public, but should Facebook be worried?
Our technology analyst says Windows 8, coming in October is great for tablets, but not so much for his laptop and Apple’s new OS is due out later this month.
Twitter unveiled the first phase of its incremental search feature improvements on Friday, making it easier to restrict which tweets show up when you search.
Apple pulls the plug on its first foray into cloud computing and sync service, MobileMe.
It’s been a busy week for Microsoft. Two days after showing off its brand new “Surface” tablet, the company is introducing Windows Phone 8, a new operating system for mobile devices.
While the popularity of tablets continues to grow, their design is continuing to evolve. This week Microsoft unveiled the new Surface tablet computer that features a keyboard and a built-in stand.
Dot-coms are about to get a lot more company now that the organization that oversees web addresses is set to approve over a thousand new domain name endings.