Google's sites were used for 44.7 percent of all online searches in the U.S., according to a new study by comScore Networks.
Apple hasn't yet started a recycling program in Australia.
After a brief period of little growth this spring, The Mozilla Foundation’s open-source Firefox Web browser is again gaining ground.
Belgium has approved the use of the OpenDocument format as a way to exchange government documents -- another blow to the supremacy of Microsoft Office.
Sun Microsystems has announced plans to join the OpenAjax Alliance and the Dojo Foundation as part of its efforts to influence emerging standards for AJAX.
Mark Hall takes a look at the new Microsoft under Ray Ozzie.
Google plans to launch an online spreadsheet that may encroach on Microsoft's territory with Excel.
The need for employees with specific IT skills will decline 10 percent per year as companies move to commodity and virtualized systems, according to Gartner Inc.
U.S. consumers are not as enamored with online banking as they once were and are citing online security as their top concern, according to a report.
A man arrested in Thailand for software piracy was sentenced this week in a software piracy case.
AOL Tuesday said it will lay off 1,300 workers at AOL customer service call centers in Arizona, Utah and Florida.
Idaho Power recycled hard drives that were not scrubbed of personal informaiton.
Some industry insiders believe the pornography industry will be the deciding factor when it comes to the dominance of competing Blu-Ray or HD-DVD formats.
A new report shows an increase in the number of flaws discovered in Mac OS X.
The FBI has concluded that a password recovery program found on a New Hampshire government server was never activated.