Apple has released a new versions of iTunes music platform, but its release notes are exactly the same as the previous iteration of the software, leaving everyone to wonder what exactly was changed behind the scenes.
Content creators who don't want to dabble in iPad development because it doesn't support Flash video have something enticing them to come over to the other side.
Microsoft's Bing search engine will soon incorporate data from flight aggregator Kayak.com, meaning when users search for flight information they will receive pricing data directly within the results page.
Android developers are soon going to have a whole new system to play with as Saab is turning the keys to its IQon in-car entertainment system over to the Google operating system.
It seemed like everything was love and roses after Gmail reportedly fixed a glitch that caused tens of thousands of Gmail accounts to be wiped clean. However, Google admits, there are still some who don't have access to any of their old e-mails.
Google is working to add to the number of off-road Street View scenes online, as it prepares to take a specially equipped tricycle through some of the world's most famous trails and spots that a car can't get to.
For some 150,000 Gmail users who found their inboxes wiped entirely clean over the weekend, there is light at the end of the tunnel. Google managed to restore virtually all of the affected accounts, thanks to the fact that it backs up everything on tape.
Amazon has just launched a new video service that allows users to stream as many movies or TV shows as they want, in what is the most credible threat yet to Netflix's absolute domination in this market.
If you're anything like me, the only shot you ever have at catching a woman's eye is when she's on the rebound. And that is why there's a new app on Facebook that lets users monitor whenever someone changes their relationship status from "in a relationship" to "single."
If Facebook's list of relationship status options don't exactly fit you, then maybe this change will help. The social networking site has just added "In a domestic partnership" and "In a civil union," to accommodate those who cannot officially be "married."
It looks like Facebook is going to have to change the address in its "Info" page, as the company is looking to buy a huge corporate campus that used to belong to computer manufacturing company Sun.
If you made any of your Facebook profile information publicly accessible for all to see, there's a good chance you are already a potential mate on Lovely-Faces.com. The only problem if you've never heard of that site.
If you compare the Wikipedia entries for Sex and the City compared to The Sopranos, it doesn't take long to realize there's a serious gender gap when it comes to the free online encyclopedia.
If you're a Mac user and you absolutely cannot stomach the idea of paying for a Microsoft product, you can at least give Office a try for 30 days without spending a dime. Office for Mac has just introduced a trial program.
Following in its legacy of giving away huge prizes to people who are in the right place at the right time, Apple has announced it will give away a $10,000 iTunes gift card to whomever happens to download the store's 10 billionth app.
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch has launched a few successful publications in his time, but we're going to have to wait a bit longer to see if The Daily is one of them. The pending iPad-exclusive newspaper won't be coming out as soon as expected.
There have now been more than a million "apps" downloaded from Apple's new online platform that makes finding a program for your computer as easy as finding an app for your phone. That didn't take long.
Apple's much talked about digital software store for the Mac operating system is now a thing of reality. Launching alongside the streamlined service is more than 1,000 apps, with a wide selection of both free and premium content.
Everyone else is doing it, so why not Sears? The discount department store chain has just launched its own branded movie download service.
The outage is over, and now it's time for the damage control. Skype's CEO took to the company's official blog to discuss the problems and offer compensation to the millions of affected users.