Microsoft must have a really sick sense of humor because they have announced that they are bringing back the much-hated talking paper clip.
It looks like Microsoft's latest browser isn't doing much for the browser wars.
Scientists have figured out a way to use an artificial intelligence-based system to make the results of opinion polls more reliable.
Facebook has just rolled out a new feature that could become the new "Like" button.
Google is now looking to compete in the premium video rental market.
It was a nice weekend for Mozilla.
Having trouble managing your relationship with your significant other? Now you can rely on an app to help you with matters of the heart.
Google is looking to hugely increase the amount of information stored on Google Maps.
Ever since Google acquired Youtube, users have questioned the point of its previous video service, Google Video.
Humans know that hindsight is 20/20 and the result of this is usually what we call regret.
The search giant has just revealed a new way to personalize your gigantic e-mail inbox.
We knew it was only a matter of time, yet it's a huge story nevertheless.
Microsoft is sitting on tons of cash. So maybe the wealthy corporation wouldn't notice if just a little tiny bit "went missing?"
Yes, this comes just weeks after Internet Explorer 9 was released.
As if people weren't spending enough time on Youtube as it is...
It looks like Apple is finally ready for a new version of Final Cut Pro.
Yep, you better believe it.
Having to keep track of MP3 files can be a total nuisance. But Amazon is looking to change that.
The Mac App Store, Apple's attempt at making a computer software download service as easy as the App Stores on iPhone and iPad, is already pulling in about half as many downloads as the iPad.
After being put on hiatus for four month, Mozilla announced that it will put the latest version of Firefox up for download next Tuesday.