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.
An industry analyst says he believes Facebook will eventually find itself coding an indigenous operating system to optimize support for mobile versions of the popular site.
Google's popular social networking platform is now open to the masses - and does not require a specially sent invite to join.
It's always difficult to know what to buy without the help of reality TV stars. So Google is planning to help out its users by tipping them off when a celebrity's endorsed a product they're interested in.
In a move to ward off attack from Google's G+ service, Facebook is expected to launch a new live-stream ticker service on Thursday which will show what users are watching and listening to on the web.
Yes, there is Google+ and MySpace, but don't you ever get the feeling that Facebook is the only happening social networking site in town?
Microsoft has confirmed that Internet Explorer 10 (IE10) will not be supporting Adobe Flash in its upcoming Windows 8 Metro environment - a UI which has been specifically optimized to run on tablet devices.
Facebook's swiped an idea from Twitter and has introduced a new 'subscribe' button, allowing users to focus on the news they're most interested in and also follow celebrities.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer told developers attending BUILD that Windows 8 would be a "re-imagining" of Redmond's flagship operating system, with every other product "pivoting" around the long-awaited OS.
Google's started to put to good use the technology it acquired with its purchase of travel software company ITA earlier this year.
With European regulators still grumbling over Google's privacy practices, the company is now to allow owners of residential Wifi routers to opt out of its controversial location-mapping system.
Facebook's taking another leaf out of Google's book, by introducing a feature that automatically groups friends into different circles.
Intel CEO Paul Otellini made short work of a persistent rumor that the chip firm may buy Hewlett Packard's recently spun-off PC unit during a Q&A session at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco.
Microsoft kicked off its BUILD conference in Anaheim, California, by showcasing a detailed preview of Windows 8 to eager devs.
After analyzing more than three million tweets, gigabytes of YouTube content and thousands of blog posts, a new study has concluded that the Arab Spring truly was fueled by social media.
A supercomputer at the University of Tennessee could have predicted the location of Osama Bin Laden to within 125 miles through analysis of the mood of international news stories and the geographical locations they mentioned.
The latest iteration of Microsoft's flagship Windows operating system is apparently capable of booting in just seconds.
Google is slated to debut a new programming language known as "Dart" at the GOTO conference in October.