Spotify is launching a development platform designed to let third parties create applications that integrate with its popular digital music-streaming service.
Google is merging its Checkout and Wallet electronic payment services.
A new Skype beta allows Facebook to Facebook video calls.
Google Music, the company's cloud-based online music service, is now available to all users in the U.S. and includes song and album sales, as well as an integration with the Google+ social networking site.
Addressing a major source of complaints with its Apps suite, Google has announced that it will now offer around-the-clock phone support for the core components in the Apps for Business version of the hosted collaboration and communication suite.
Google has acquired startup Katango to improve and refine the Circles friend-grouping functionality in its new social networking site Google+.
In a TV interview, Mark Zuckerberg described Google's new social networking site as "their own little version of Facebook."
Yahoo Wednesday launched several applications for the iPad, including Livestand, a "digital newsstand" it announced in February that was supposed to ship in the...
With its upgrade of Google Reader on Monday, Google has shut down the native social content-sharing features of the popular RSS feed manager, shifting them to Google+.
Facebook plans to shut down the Beluga mobile messaging application it acquired earlier this year, after launching a similar, native service called Facebook Messenger.
YouTube will start rolling out next month a set of new channels with original programs next month, as the video site beefs up its offering of exclusive, professionally-produced content.
Google TV, the company's platform for Internet-connected televisions, has gotten an upgrade designed to simplify its user interface, improve its search engine, optimize YouTube access, and open it for Android app developers.
In the first integration between the Google+ social networking site and the Blogger blog publishing platform, users will be able to replace their Blogger profiles with their Google+ profiles.
The Federal Trade Commission voted unanimously to approve an agreement that settles a privacy-violation complaint the agency leveled against Google over its Buzz microblogging and social networking service
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer feels intensely fortunate that his company's $44 billion bid for Yahoo back in 2008 never materialized.