Mobile devices with HTML5-compatible browsers remain on track to total 1.4 billion by the end of 2013.
Media butterflies, flitting from TV to email to social networking, may be improving their skills at integrating information.
British and American scientists say they've found a way to embed electronics into optical fibers, simplifying and speeding up telecommunications.
Yahoo has linked the US version of Yahoo News with Facebook, allowing users to share articles they've read on the news site with Facebook friends.
Just days after Google launched its Google+ social project, Facebook may be about to rain on its parade.
Gowalla has launched a new version of its iPhone app, adding integration with Foursquare and Facebook Places, its bigger rivals.
Google's brought a new level of realism to Google Earth, incorporating a more seamless Street View mode and three-dimensional trees.
Apple's Ping - described at its September launch as the social network of music - has now been integrated into Twitter.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs remains utterly unimpressed with Google's popular Android mobile operating system.
Well, what a surprise! It seems as if the clueless suits and ties running corporate America have little interest in allowing their employees to have any fun or down time.
Yahoo has increased its integration with Facebook, allowing users to view their Facebook news feed on Yahoo Mail and the Yahoo home page.
Twitter has sold Yahoo its 'Firehose' - the full feed of public tweets - allowing Yahoo to integrate Twitter feeds into home pages, email accounts and search results.
Forget Google! Microsoft has confirmed that it will soon offer Facebook users full access to its snazzy Bing search engine.