A Belgian newspaper group claimed that Google is boycotting it after the search giant complied with a court order to remove the paper's content from its Google News service. Now Google is re-adding them.
Google set phasers to stun and inexplicably froze William Shatner's Google+ profile on Sunday.
Adobe has purchased electronic-signature startup EchoSign, which the company says will make it easier for customers to sign and return documents without the need for fax machines or postal services.
Scientists now estimate that the Earth produces some 44 terawatts of heat, but they can only account for about half of it.
Central African agricultural fires lead to huge cloud of nitrogen dioxide pollution recorded by NASA's Aura satellite.
Facebook has once again struck back against Google+, this time by banning a user's advertising account after he posted an ad for his Google+ page.
Tom Anderson writes that Google should avoid algorithmic filtering of user feeds in Google+ in favor of more dedicated user controls.
GScreen's dual-screen laptop offering is finally here. Can added utility outweigh a hefty price?
Google has eliminated its popular traffic estimate feature from Google Maps because, the company says, the feature was too inaccurate.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part Two exceeds financial expectations and breaks multiple box office records around the globe.
The latest iOS update, version 4.3.4, which fixed an exploit that hackers had been using for jailbreaks, has itself been jailbroken mere days after its release.
Activision files a formal complain against the owner of the anti-Call of Duty website ModernWarfare3.com, which was recently set to automatically redirect browsers to Battlefield3.com.
An advertising agency has come up with a bus shelter that allows commuters to charge up their portable devices before jumping aboard.
How much value should the legal system put on stolen data and the time it takes to rebuild it? One Utah court has upheld a sizable fine against an admitted laptop thief.
With green technology becoming more mainstream, New York City is attempting to reduce air pollution be adding electric-powered cars to the fleet of official vehicles.