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The difficulty of running nonapproved code on the iPhone has turned off security researchers–until now.
The technology behind the new Gmail could challenge Apple’s control over third-party applications.
Selling songs via console games, the Web, and phones may help the ailing music industry.
Google Voice routes calls from multiple lines, transcribes voice mail, and gives you one phone number for life.
Using a Wi-Fi connection, people can now make cheap international calls with Apple’s gadget.
A new device could convert conventional electricity meters, making the smart grid cheaper.
Open programs to third-party developers, say two tech-savvy physicians.
A new Web service jogs a user’s memory at the right time and place.
The update aims to address most user complaints.
A phone application highlights hot spots and will soon show where different urban “tribes” gather.