The view from the top of IT with TechWorld Editor Rohan Pearce
A rich ecosystem of free maps, free data, and free libraries give developers excellent alternatives to Google Maps
Google launched the Chrome OS in late 2010 and has continued to update it despite lukewarm reception by the public toward the platform's model: a browser-centered OS running on a lightweight, minimally-spec'd notebook meant to be used with an always-on Internet connection.
A new service called Fluent promises to revolutionize the way you use Gmail. We put it to the test to see what it's really all about.