Apple's campaign to get tough on iPhone applications is reportedly continuing with a new target: template-based iPhone applications.
The Daily Show with John Stewart and The Colbert Report, two of the most popular shows on Hulu, will no longer be available for streaming viewing.
Now that Google has scooped up the photo-editing service, we have to wonder how Picnik will fit in to Google's vast collection of Web-based apps.
Google has made some changes to its Gmail service, upgrading six Gmail Labs experiments (like YouTube previews) to become standard Gmail features.
Yahoo on Wednesday announced it would be providing integrated Twitter results in its search engine.
Software developer ScrollMotion has been tapped to develop iPad-friendly versions of textbooks for education publishers like McGraw Hill, Houghton Mifflin, and Kaplan, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Google and Adobe were apparent recipients of Steve Jobs-delivered putdowns, according to online reports of an Apple town hall meeting.
Fans of Bravo television may soon be racing around the United States to stand in more than 500 locations across the country recommended by their favorite shows...
Google responded to the devastating earthquake that hit Haiti earlier this week by working with satellite imagery company GeoEye to quickly make images of the destruction available in Google Earth and Google Maps. The images could provide a helpful tool for aid organizations.
Facebook is tracking your every move on the site -- or so says one purported Facebook employee, according to an anonymous interview with an online magazine.
Why wait until Tuesday to find out what Google has up its sleeve at its Android-related event? PC World's Ian Paul looks at what might come out of the event in regards to the rumored Nexus One smartphone.
The Northern American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) is partnering with Google to track Santa's Christmas travels.
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Over the weekend, Google set off a fury of speculation when employees tweeted they were testing a new Android-based mobile device -- possibly a phone developed entirely by Google.
Earlier this week, Google launched browser extensions for Chrome for Windows and Linux users, but not for the newly released Mac version of Chrome. However, it's said to be in the works.