With the rapid adoption of all types of smartphones across the world, mobile dating has become a growing trend among single people and typically preferred over traditional online dating sites.
With the Google development team pumping out a new version of the Chrome browser every six weeks, Mozilla has stepped up the release schedule on the Firefox browser as well.
Now brands and organizations have a way to market themselves to the Google+ crowd.
The E-PARASITE Act, on its surface, wants to cut down on Internet piracy. But deep down, it's a frighteningly possible attack on digital free speech.
A Google Search update is supposed to surface the most recent, freshest results: Is it working?
For some currently unknown reason, Time Warner's entire Internet system just went down for most customers across the US.
In an attempt to ward off the gnashing teeth of the law, Google Chairman Eric Schmidt has denied accusations by the Senate antitrust committee that the Internet giant is "overwhelmingly dominant" in search, and assured that Apple's Siri voice-control system is…
With the fragmented nature of the Occupy Wall Street movement making it difficult to track beyond coverage from news organizations, a Web design company has infused social media into an aggregation of all OWS updates.
With technology becoming smaller and thinner, thieves are finding it easier to swipe fancy electronics. However, one victim of theft turned the tables on the criminal with the help of Craigslist.
With more airline passengers looking for a way to pass the time when flying across the country, United and Continental are pushing forward plans to enable Wi-Fi across the fleet.
The future of television remains up in the air as content providers and cable companies prepare to fight it out, and streaming services wait in the wings.
Weekly Rewind: Apple responds to batterygate, take two for the Motorola Xoom, HTC Rezound hits Verizon
This week we saw two new tablets from Motorola, a new Verizon handset from HTC, and learned about battery-life issues with the new iPhone 4S.
Google has built two Chrome extensions and a YouTube button for its Google+ social network.
The results of entering the phrase "do a barrel roll" in Google search engine creates a viral sensation (and nostalgic feelings for classic Nintendo game Starfox).
In the largest initial public offering since Google's $1.7 billion haul in 2004, daily deals site Groupon has set its IPO at $20 a share, raising $700 million for the 3-year-old startup.