Google pulled out its wallet and went on an acquisition spree this year, according to research firm CB Insights.
Intel CTO Justin Rattner described the next generation of computers, which he dubbed context-aware, during a Wednesday keynote address at the Intel Developers Forum.
In an effort to refresh the Twitter.com site, pull users back in from third-party platforms -- and take a swipe at Facebook -- Twitter has launched a significant site redesign.
CEO Paul Otellini kicked off the company's annual IDF conference by announcing that Intel is on track to ship a 22-nanometer processor in 2011.
It's time to wait and see whether the search alliance between Microsoft and Yahoo can make a dent in Google's huge lead over its top opponents.
Reports are circulating that Intel is in talks to buy Infineon's wireless chip unit, which could be a boost to Intel's efforts to gain footing the smartphone market.
Twitter is moving its technical operations infrastructure into a new, custom-built data center in the Salt Lake City area to better handle the microblogging service's needs.
While Facebook is expected to announce this week that its grabbed its 500 millionth user, a new study shows that not everyone is so happy with the social networking site.
Facebook's growth declined dramatically between May and June, suggesting the social networking service's popularity may be on the wane.
A Canadian law firm has filed a class-action lawsuit against Facebook, alleging the social network mishandled users' private information and breached their privacy.
Just a day after Google moved to accommodate the Chinese government, the search firm reported that its service is being partially blocked in China.
Microsoft fired another salvo, as its battle against Google for search turf heated up this week.
The social networking site confirmed it will roll out simplified privacy controls on Wednesday.
Articles by Sharon Gaudin