Microsoft's search engine Bing will now feature content from Yelp, an online company that helps people find great restaurants, hotels and stores based on users' reviews.
Twitter is updating its "expanded tweets" feature, giving users more previews, images and videos from a growing list of news outlets.
Twitter may not be gaining new U.S. users as fast as it used to, but the users it has are much more engaged, according to a a report from the Pew Internet and American Life Project.
A privacy group is calling on the California Assembly to keep Google's self-driving cars off the road.
Google on Wednesday unveiled a tool that promises to make it easier for people on the run to find the perfect restaurant.
For the second time in eight months, Yahoo is without a permanent CEO. The latest development is bringing more trouble for a company struggling to regain its stature in the industry.
Twitter has released an updated iPhone app that makes it easier to search and find out what your followers are up to.
Google says it's rolling out a redesign of its Google+ social network.
After weeks of rumors of a pending reorganization, Yahoo announced this morning that the company is laying off about 2000 workers.
Despite a report that AOL is killing off its popular instant messaging service, the company says that's not true.
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Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt told an audience at the Consumer Electronics Show that the future of technology will be getting electronics to work together.
Just one day after Yahoo announced that it has found a new CEO, speculation began swirling that the Internet company may be looking to scoop up Netflix.
Facebook Timeline organizes your status updates, photos, and profile changes into an interactive timeline–and now it's available to the masses.
A Facebook bug that allowed unauthorized viewers to see private photos has been squished.