Some real dangers of malware: Private information is captured, phone data is deleted, or your device is 'bricked' and needs replacing
New information suggests we might soon see more ads geared towards men on Android devices and apps made specifically for Android
The acquisition of Motorola for $12.5 billion last week is Google's biggest. But it's not the only big spending the search giant has done.
The Web is just the third most popular way to obtain emergency information, but the perceived utility of this resource is growing
Eighty percent of mobile ad impressions in China come from 10 regions, with the top five covering the most prosperous areas
The Macintosh 128K machine, the original Apple PC, was released in 1984 and followed just three years later by the Macintosh II
I'm on my Twitter account for a majority of the day and usually access it through Tweetdeck, a client that lives on my computer's desktop
A built-in GPS, an 8MP auto-focus camera, and a 640x960-pixel display: IntoMobile rounds up the most plausible iPhone 5 rumors
What's more shocking here than Apple's margin per unit is how much Samsung contributes to the construction of one of its biggest rivals
By 2014, it is estimated that more than four out of every five post-secondary students will take at least some classes that are taught online
Over the last seven decades, processors have gone from measuring thousands of operations to quadrillions of operations per second
A look at how we use social networks tells us that Americans are nostalgic, obsessed with royalty, industrious, and influenced by others
Nearly half of companies surveyed use social media sites to screen potential hires, with most of them looking at Facebook and LinkedIn
With valuations for Facebook, Twitter and others soaring on the secondary markets, it's hard to blame employees for selling their stock
By the end of summer, Facebook expects that it will be hosting more than 100 billion photos, several times what you can find on Flickr
SingleGrain takes a stab at comparing Facebook and Google's new social network on a handful of metrics, from chat to privacy to friendships
One-third of those surveyed by TeleNav said that they would rather give up sex for an entire week than part with their mobile devices
The Alive Web is something more than the static pages and events we're used to. The Alive Web is more interactive and immersive.
Apple is on track to sell its 100 billionth app in just under six years. It took McDonald's 46 years to sell that many patties in its stores.
To keep its audience happy, Android has pushed out new iterations of its popular operating system every few months since 2009