Facebook's cracking down on fake 'Likes', with an update to its system designed to automatically detect and remove them.
Amazon's Appstore is launching in the UK, Germany, France, Italy and Spain, in what's a pretty strong hint that the Kindle Fire will soon make it to Europe too.
There are many tools available for both devs and modders to help customize Google’s versatile Android operating system.
For the first time, we are still relatively in the dark when it comes to the new Windows platform's pricing model.
Pandora has rolled out a major upgrade for the mobile Android version of its streaming online radio app.
OoVoo - a social video chat provider that claims 54 million subscribers - has updated its Android and iOS apps to support four-way video chats and text conversations with up to 12 people.
Microsoft has begun taking orders for the new version of Windows.
OnLive is in the process of rebooting after laying off most of its staff and forming a new venture in the context of an acquisition backed by "substantial" funding.
Google has long offered a bug bounty to developers, security specialists and hackers who managed to identify security vulnerabilities in its software.
Perhaps one of Google Android's top features is the operating system's open nature, which allows the developer community to code a never-ending stream of mods, hacks and tweaks.
Twitter's made changes to its API, restricting the creation of large-scale third party applications - and developers aren't at all happy about it.
Smart app updates for Android have gone live on Google Play - promising to save users both time and bandwidth.
The Raspberry Pi is perhaps one of the most hackable and popular bare-bone boards to hit the market over the past year.
German data protection officials are taking another look at Facebook's use of photo recognition.
The newest darling in the world of social media is now on every major mobile platform.
Google says it is acquiring Frommer's travel-guide business from John Wiley & Sons Inc for $25 million.
Valve founder Gabe Newell, Minecraft creator Markus "Notch" Persson and Blizzard rep Rob Pardo are all quite apprehensive about Microsoft Windows 8.
Google's to start demoting sites in its search results that receive large numbers of valid copyright-infringement notices - delighting the content industry, but worrying free-speech campaigners.
The newest rising star in social media is no longer invitation-only.
Google's trialling a new search feature that display results from a user's emails alongside those from the web. It's also launched its Knowledge Graph service worldwide.