A survey of 200 companies worldwide found that use of social networks like Facebook and Twitter for business use has exploded in recent months.
The Federal Trade Commission released new guidelines requiring all bloggers to disclose any payments or freebies they get from companies in exchange for writing reviews of their products.
Facebook users are more affluent than their social networking counterparts on Myspace, and bloggers and Twitterers tend to live in urban areas, The Nielsen Co. reports.
Google's Gmail service was back up after experiencing disruptions for about two-and-a-half hours earlier Thursday.
Twitter founder Biz Stone described a new dashboard tool that should generate revenue from business users, according to a Bloomberg.com report.
Repeated outages of Google's Gmail online e-mail system could discourage enterprise customers from using it.
Google is set to let users try out an upgraded search technology, code-named Caffeine, that its engineers have been developing for the past several months.
The 10-year search and online advertising deal between Microsoft and Yahoo should provide a boost for both firms, but analysts don't expect it to dethrone Google.
For the 40th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, Google added panoramic pictures of the moon, video and stories to its Google Earth application.
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Nearly a year after Microsoft's fractious takeover bid for Yahoo fell through, the two companies are reportedly talking business again.
A privacy group has asked the Federal Trade Commission to investigate whether Google’s cloud computing services—which include Gmail and Google Docs—to see if users’ privacy is adequately protected.
Short-term problem with search giant's site caused major headaches and headlines.