Google has just introduced its latest product, Page Speed, which promises Web developers faster load times for their websites.
You might want to hang on for a second the next time you see an appealing app that's listed as "free" on the App Store and Android Market.
Chinese e-commerce leader Alibaba recently announced plans to launch a mobile operating system. They want to join Google and Apple in the market for smartphone software.
LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner sees no way Facebook and Google+ can both exist, and says it's likely Google+ will come out on the losing end of the battle.
On Tuesday Google released a tool that digs through the Internet to bring you the answer to the question "What do you love?"
No seriously this time...
In a bad economy more people are deciding to give up airline travel for road trips, meaning that they will most likely need on the go travel tools.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer will return to the stage as the headline speaker at next year's Consumer Electronics Show.
Next week isn't just the anniversary of America's independence.
Pretty much no one has an excuse for not being on Twitter now.
When was the last time you actually had to type "http" into your browser?
One out of every 10 people in the entire planet is now on Facebook.
Best Buy is set to launch its own cloud-based music playing and storage service.
There's a new add-on for Outlook that lets users write an e-mail and send it to anyone in the world.
University of Illinois researchers have created a curation software tool for genetic biologists and it has led to a new approach in searching for information. They call it the BeeSpace Navigator.
There will no longer be security updates for version 4 of Firefox.
There are now more than 10 million Foursquare users.
There are new details about exactly when Windows 8 will be hitting store shelves.
Weather Decision Technologies announced today that hurricane emergency alerting is now a part of the iMapWeather Radio app.
Twitter has finally solved one of its biggest problems.