A prominent financial analyst says he believes Facebook will lose most of its relevance in less than a decade.
If you like the idea of online privacy, Windows 8 might just be for you.
As promised, Microsoft has released a new preview of Windows 8, saying it includes 'tens of thousands' of improvements.
Google searches in China are notoriously difficult, thanks to the country's notorious filtering system. Now, though, Google's aiming to help by warning users when a search is likely to fail.
A new campaign group titled the Internet Defense League is aiming to fight legislation seen as a threat to the freedom of the net.
Paypal's ability to collect payments in retail stores is about to expand.
Google's released a list of copyright-related take-down requests - and nearly half of them came from Microsoft, it says.
Life goes on, IPO or no IPO, and yesterday Facebook released a new Camera for iOS app that allows users to shoot, filter and share photos.
You know how they say if you can't beat 'em, join 'em?
Yahoo may have found something to distract from its rather high turnover of CEOs: a new browser plug-in aimed at simplifying search. Unfortunately, though, it's been a bit careless here too.
By the end of 2012, there might be 350 million devices running Windows 7.
In just a few short years, Google's Chrome browser has taken the world by storm.
Pakistan once again blocked access to Twitter over the weekend because of concerns over blasphemy.
Microsoft has opened its rather modest - and somewhat retro - social networking site to the public.
It's got nothing to do with the founder's surname, apparently, but the small Welsh town of Monmouth is set to become the world's first 'Wikipedia town'.
In fewer than 140 characters, Twitter has ended months of pressure by announcing that it's to join the 'Do not Track' initiative.
If you want to get Apple to do something, try dressing up as a giant iPhone. It's worked for Greenpeace, whose campaign against the company's reliance on 'dirty power' has succeeded.
Google's introduced what it's calling the Knowledge Graph to search results, aiming to make them more context-relevant.
There will not be one moment of the Olympics that is left untouched.
Google is reportedly coding an iOS-specific version of its Chrome browser for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.