Google's popular Android operating system is typically associated with RISC-powered ARM devices such as smartphones and tablets.
Yes, you read that right. Rapper MC Hammer has announced plans to launch a search engine called WireDoo.
Google's announced that it's to shut down its Buzz social network to focus on Google+.
Dennis Ritchie - the co-inventor of UNIX and C - has passed away at the age of 70.
The Google engineer who yesterday made the mistake of posting criticism of Google+ publicly has withdrawn what he calls a 'long opinionated rant'.
A Google engineer has publicly criticized the recently launched social networking platform on... Google+.
iOS 5 - the latest iteration of Apple’s popular mobile operating system - is now available for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
It's true, apparently, that criminals - especially arsonists - often return to the scene of their crime, as do IED bomb makers in the Middle East.
BlueStacks has rolled out the alpha version of its App Player for Windows. The software allows users to run their favorite Android apps on Windows-based PCs or tablets.
Well, if you haven't got round to joining Google+, you now have a good excuse not to bother: many of those who did have abandoned it.
Facebook's finally launched its long-awaited iPad app, filling a gpaing hole in its lineup, and has also improved its mobile apps.
Google wants you to know there is a new language on the block dubbed "Dart" - which Mountain View describes as a class-based, optionally typed platform for building web apps.
Planning a trip can be fun - but getting directions usually isn't. While it's one of the most-used features on Google Maps, it's all generally a bit of a chore.
The Linux Foundation and Intel have finally ditched MeeGo - the hapless operating system which was unceremoniously dropped by Nokia earlier this year.
Mozilla has released a new version of its popular Firefox browser for Windows, Mac and Linux that optimizes memory management to accelerate web surfing.
In yet another attempt to filter the news, Google has announced a new HTML tagging system which it hopes will prioritize original features and cut out copy-cat churn from search results.
Google and the Israel Museum have teamed up to place five digitized Dead Sea Scrolls online, allowing readers to view the ancient Hebrew texts in exquisite detail.
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.
As expected, Facebook made some rather sweeping changes and additions to its popular social network today at the company's F8 conference in San Francisco.
Twitter is apparently gearing up to sell political advertising as the popular site attempts to capitalize on its current status as a hub of political discourse.