Google will end Gears, an open-source plug-in project it launched two years ago to allow Web applications to function offline.
Google said Tuesday it will change how it grants access to news stories to give publishers more control over how much content people can see for free.
Facebook will eliminate regional networks or groupings of people based on where they live in an effort to improve control over users' data.
One of the most notorious U.S.-based spammers was sentenced to more than four years on Monday for a stock spam manipulation scheme.
Facebook was hit with a worm that infected users' profiles and then redirected them to pornography sites.
Mozilla has launched a software project designed to let people manage better the ever more voluminous stream of messages coming Web services into their e-mail.
A company that tracks click fraud says more traffic than ever is coming from botnets.
Google will send Webmasters snippets of malicious code its scanners find in the hopes the Web sites can be cleaned up faster.
A trial began in Norway on Monday in which the entertainment industry wants a major service provider to block access to The Pirate Bay.
A federal appeals court has found eBay and Skype have not infringed on two peer-to-peer patents held by Peer Communication.
Smartphone maker Palm has soft-launched a program to sell independently developed webOS applications.
Google has restored The Pirate Bay in its search engine index after briefly removing it last week following a copyright infringement complaint.
Google and Adobe have been sued by a New Jersey company for allegedly violating a patents used for processing text, according to recent court filings.
Data on phishing attacks is often vastly different depending on the statistics collected by various vendors and other organizations.
A fix for the iPhone version of Skype is expected Wednesday evening.