Google's stepped in to try and defend Android developers from patent-holding firm Lodsys, calling for two patents to be reexamined by the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
The Navy is stepping up its development of unmanned vehicles designed to patrol the high seas.
Microsoft is currently offering Windows Phone 7 developers early access to Mango.
Apple's stepped in to try and defend iOS developers that have been targeted by patent-holder Lodsys.
Lodsys has delivered on its threat to sue iOS developers it believes is violating its patents, and has filed suit against seven companies.
Twitter could be planning to launch its own photo upload and sharing service this week, according to multiple reports.
Several iOS developers have received warning letters from a company called Lodsys, which claims they are violating its patent for in-app software upgrades.
Google has announced that its Chrome Web Store will be available to the "entire" browser user base in 41 different languages.
Microsoft is showcasing the next version of its Windows Phone SDK at MIX11.
Facebook is the perfect pastime to engage in while waiting for the bus or standing in a long line. The problem?
Last week, TG Daily reported that Jack Dorsey, original Twitter founder, would be making a comeback to the company.
Tickets for Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) have sold out already, within hours of going on sale.
Four Democratic senators have asked Facebook to halt a plan that, if implemented, will allow app devs to access phone numbers and addresses belonging to members of the popular social networking site.
Facebook - a little taken aback - has temporarily disabled a feature allowing developers to access users' home addresses and phone numbers.
Facebook has, rather quietly, moved to allow developers to access users' home addresses and mobile phone numbers.
Activision's broadening its lawsuit against two game developers who developed Call of Duty, adding Electronic Arts to its list of targets.
Facebook's taking action against the developers which it says sold user information to data brokers.
A new competitor to Facebook which promises to preserve users' privacy has released its code to developers, and is promising an October launch.
In news that will see a million clenched fists relaxed, Apple is relaxing its guidelines on app submissions.
Forget about iOS, BlackBerry, Android and Symbian! Microsoft wants you to know that it has released the RTM version of Windows Phone 7 - to manufacturers.