Google is telling IT executives to hold on, perhaps until later this year, as it prepares for for the rigors of business with its new Google+ social networking offering.
Google is giving Gmail users a glimpse of design updates that will roll out over the next few months.
Interest in Google's new social networking service has exceeded the company's ability to keep up with demand, so Google+ has stopped taking new users.
Twitter co-founder Biz Stone is stepping away from his day-to-day duties at Twitter.
With Google now touting new image and voice search tools, Microsoft needs to keep up or risk falling behind the evolving search race.
The company's large database of user-generated information could be an appealing source of information about the best and worst places to go in a city, Foursquare co-founder Dennis Crowley said at the opening day of the 140 Characters Conference.
Several privacy groups are asking U.S. regulators to force Facebook to halt plans for its facial recognition service.
Analyst firm IDC has lowered its expectations for the global PC market this year, blaming the drop on the demand for tablets computers, the economy and a bad first quarter.
Articles by Sharon Gaudin