On Monday Facebook agreed to buy a portion of the patents Microsoft recently acquired from AOL. Facebook will pay Microsoft $550 million in cash for around 650 AOL patents and patent applications.
Google underestimated the scope and consequences of the outage that hit Gmail on Tuesday.
Google is now offering customers of its Apps for Business communications and collaboration suite an optional service that automatically captures, archives and...
Microsoft says that OnLive, a company that recently began offering hosted Windows and Office software remotely from its servers to iPad and Android tablet users, is in violation of the software giant's licensing rules.
Google Apps customers are finding it hard to delete and reactivate domains in their accounts, after Google unexpectedly disabled the automated mechanism for performing these tasks earlier this year.
Microsoft will aggressively and broadly integrate Skype across its product portfolio, the company's CFO says.
Google has relaxed somewhat its strict real-names policy on Google+: Existing members can now attach an alternate moniker to their profile name, and new members can sign up with just a pseudonym, provided it is an "established" identity online or offline.
Twitter has acquired Summify, a startup that summarizes content in people's Google, Facebook and Twitter social media feeds and delivers a daily digest.
Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang has left the company, the latest dramatic change at the top executive level of the embattled Internet company.
Mozilla is advancing its plans to release a version of Firefox tailored for organizations whose IT departments manage it for their employees from a central console.
Google will start rolling out on Tuesday a tight integration between its search engine and two of its social media sites, Google+ and Picasa Web.
Yahoo has appointed PayPal president Scott Thompson as its new CEO, filling the void left by the fired Carol Bartz.
Responding to increased use of tablets within workplaces, IBM is releasing several mobile applications designed to let employees use IBM enterprise social collaboration software with iPads and other mobile devices.
The move may indicate that Google and the plaintiffs, including the Authors Guild, are giving up on a settlement.
Spotify is launching a development platform designed to let third parties create applications that integrate with its popular digital music-streaming service.