We take a look at the first glimpses of Microsoft's new operating system.
Unnamed sources at the company claim an Android-based PSP Go-like smartphone is due.
An Intel engineer has lifted the lid on a mesh-based monitoring system linked to Twitter.
Microsoft has announced a new agreement with ARM that hints at increased Windows support.
Google's App Inventor for Android aims to easily let you create your own software, without programming knowledge
The next version of Android - 2.2, codename 'Froyo' - promises a massive speed boost, Flash support, and more.
Skyfire has launched a beta of a new browser for Android that brings support for Flash video.
Intel has launched a beta version of its netbook-oriented software store AppUp for Moblin Linux - and promises a rollout across most of Europe by the end of the month.
Ubiquitous Corp. has unveiled a technology which offers ARM-based devices the ability to boot from a completely powered off state in under one second.
Intel is putting its money where its mouth is with the launch of the Atom Million Dollar Development Fund, which aims to tempt devs into producing software for the Atom platform.
Manufacturers are lining up to create netbooks running Google's operating systems, but the market is split as to which to support: Chrome or Android.
The release of the Symbian platform under an open-source licence went ahead this week, completing a process which started in June 2008.
Intel has launched the beta of a software development kit for its Atom platform, offering the chance to develop for both Windows and its own Moblin Linux.