Checking the Newsfeed, picture galleries and other people's profiles consumes far more of Facebook users' time than apps, according to new data.
Researchers have begun to use two powerful programs to map the human connectome.
Nielsen's June 2011 data shows that Google's mobile operating system is now the most prolific, with Apple's iOS firmly in second for now.
Do we have another leaked iPhone prototype on our hands?
Welcome to America, Spotify: Here's your first lawsuit.
Tom couldn’t be more excited about this week’s podcast. For the first time in the four years of this podcast, Tom’s cohost is tackling a Soup to Nuts topic. That’s right, hear Liz’s first in a three part series on streaming content. This week it is…
An earlier report indicating a dive in Google+ traffic did not account for the different ways people interact with the new social network.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba's mobile OS, Aliyun, won't just have cloud-based apps powered by Alibaba services: it'll run Android apps.
You may think Twitter is inundated with ads now, but just you wait: Those had nothing on Promoted Tweets.
The Chinese government is requiring operators of public Wi-Fi hotspots install software to monitor users and their activity...and many are shutting down.
Sony and Insomniac Games reveal that the early access phase of Resistance 3's online multiplayer beta test will kick off on August 4.
The first in a series of four gameplay videos for Ratchet and Clank: All 4 One highlights four of the game's new weapons: Combuster, Darkstar Fission Tether, Warmonger and Thundersmack.
Quora is rumored to be introducing a bartering system to its Q&A platform.
Logitech has posted $45 million quarterly loss, slashed the Logitech Revue to $99 - and its CEO has left the building.
The impending robot war is one step closer this week with the US Army's adoption of a new autonomous vehicle from Lockheed Martin.