Five years in the making, a new 'uncensorable' search engine has launched.
The Onion Router (Tor) anonymization network is asking users for help to improve bandwidth.
A Spanish team says it's developed a system that allows a machine to recognize a person’s emotional state and take it into account during conversation.
In a blatant example of bandwagon-jumping, a group of developers opposed to Adobe's Flash plug-in web browser has decided to call itself 'Occupy Flash'.
Sure, we all know that Facebook video calling - launched in July - is powered by Skype. But now you can make a Facebook-to-Facebook video call from within Skype itself.
Google's announced an opt-out for Wifi users, allowing them to remove their home networks from the company's geolocation database.
Researchers at the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne have come up with an algorithm that can track all the players in a sports match, and say it could soon appear at international competitions.
Google's aiming to do its bit for unemployed military veterans with the launch of a series of tools to help them find jobs.
Adobe's reported to have halted development of Flash Player for browsers on mobile devices.
Mozilla has officially rolled out Firefox 8 for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
The update boasts new features designed to facilitate easier web browsing, while offering users more control over their online experience.
Hewlett Packard (HP) is reportedly being advised by Bank of America Merrill Lynch as the corporation decides whether to retain or sell its webOS software platform.
Websites across Europe and North America went down yesterday, apparently thanks to a problem with Juniper routers.
Mountain View has rolled out Google+ Pages for local businesses and global brands.
After a year of customer gripes about its MyFord Touch car interface, Ford is promising major improvements.
With eye-witness reports and photos taking such a prominent part in the recent middle-Eastern uprisings, Duke University scientists have found a way to guarantee their authenticity.
Google's altered its search ranking algorithm to push newer results closer to the top, in a move likely to affect around a third of searches.
Computer scientists at Columbia Engineering say they've developed a system that makes multithreaded programs run more stably and efficiently.
Most underage Facebook users are joining the site with the full knowledge - and even help - of their parents.
Many of us must at some time or another have squinted suspiciously at our screen while performing a search and wondered just why Google's showing us this particular ad.
Canonical has confirmed plans to expand its Ubuntu Linux distribution to tablets, smartphones and other mobile interactive devices.