Google's believed to be on the point of transforming the way it delivers search results, taking a leaf out of rivals' books and providing answers rather than links.
Google is toiling away at a Windows 8 Metro-optimized version of its Web browser.
A few happy iPhone users were able to get their hands on iTether last year when the app was briefly on Apple's App Store.
Microsoft has revealed that it believes OnLive's virtual Windows desktop for Apple iPads and Android devices is in breach of licensing terms.
The Max Planck researchers say their two new approaches, revealed today at Cebit, not only significantly shorten two important steps of the creation process, but also considerably simplify them.
Your friends' tweets may be giving away more information about you than you realise, say sneaky computer scientists at the University of Rochester.
Google's merged Android Market, Google Music and Google eBookstore to create Google Play, a new cloud-based service that works in much the same way as Apple's iTunes store.
New teaching software responds to pupils' emotional states and is so effective it out-performs novice human teachers.
Today's teenagers could suffer all their lives from the effects of their 'hyperconnected' lifestyles, say a panel of experts surveyed by the Pew Internet & American Life Project.
Apparently even in 2012, computer systems can have problems with the idea that February sometimes has 29 days.
The final beta of Microsoft's new operating system has been released.
It might be time to start deleting those old tweets - because they're up for sale.
When it comes to voice-activated technology, nothing seems more appropriate than in-car situations.
If you use Chrome and you don't like the idea of Google tracking your every click and website visit, you will soon have a "do not track" option.
Google has integrated its new social networking platform with its voice-over IP service.
Next time you're hiring, forget personality tests - just check out the applicant's Facebook profile instead. It's not just a good way of evaluating candidates, it seems, it's actually one of the best.
The "he said, she said" game is running rampant in the tech world today. Granted, this time around it seems more like The Daily versus Microsoft.
Microsoft is reportedly set to submit an iPad-optimized version of its flagship Office suite to the App Store for approval.
Russia's leading search engine, Yandex, has teamed up with Twitter to offer the full firehose of public tweets worldwide.