The game of musical chairs continues at Twitter, where co-founder and former CEO Evan Williams will step down as product development leader. Jack Dorsey, another co-founder who had distanced himself from Twitter's daily operations, will take over in the product development role.
The social networking service has begun rolling out a new feature in which users can post questions that their friends can answer.
A proposed agreement drafted by Google, authors and publishers to settle a long-running copyright dispute has been rejected by a U.S. judge, dealing a major setback to Google's plans to build a massive marketplace and library for digital books.
Twitter has wrapped up a major overhaul of its IT infrastructure designed to dramatically enhance the microblogging service's uptime, performance, and availability.
Google has upgraded the ability to post comments and respond to them in its Docs office productivity applications.
Google has acquired an Irish company for technology that will allow YouTube to automatically improve the quality of videos stored on the site.
To celebrate its fifth birthday this month, Twitter has released a fresh set of stats about its growth and usage.
Developers working on client applications that replicate Twitter.com's basic user functionality should turn their efforts elsewhere, because the company doesn't want any more such apps on the market.
Google is adding a feature to its search engine that lets users block out all links from specific domains in their query results.
Google will start a public test of a new Gmail feature that will automatically label certain types of mass and automated e-mail so that users can more easily recognize and assign proper priority to them.
As if users needed another reason to spend more time on Facebook, Warner Bros. has started offering movies to rent or buy and view on the site.
Developers and publishers who have adopted Twitter's Tweet Button say the tool is beneficial in letting their site readers and application users conveniently share links on Twitter, but that some features can be improved, including its analytics data and mobile functionality.
Microsoft is responding to the online coupon frenzy by adding results about special deals to its Bing search engine, both on its desktop and mobile versions.
Google will soon start letting Apps users buy additional storage for some of the applications in the hosted collaboration and communication suite.
An iPhone version of the augmented reality Argon browser, which lets users scan places and objects with the phone's video camera and see Web content overlaid on the screen, is now available.