Google greatly expands the availability of custom URLs for users of its Google+ social networking site, which will make it easier for people and companies to promote their presence.
Google Talk, a desktop and mobile text and voice chat service used by many Google Gmail customers, suffered a widespread outage Thursday morning that the company says affected "a majority of users."
Black Hat security conference: University of Washington creation gives you vicarious thrills of social engineering, lock picking.
Panoramic images from Google/University of Minnesota highlight Shackleton's hut and other historic and educational sites on Antarctica.
University of Southampton researchers are fine-tuning an artificial intelligence system they say will give them a leg up in the English Fantasy Football League when the Premier League soccer season kicks off in August.
Mark Hamill, Stan Lee and costumes, costumes and more costumes invade San Diego.
The electronics manufacturer says Apple's next model will "put the Galaxy S III to shame."
Commencement address by Eric Schmidt, Google Chairman, to the Boston University Class of 2012 (May 20, 2012).
By lowering the price of the iPad 2 when it released the newest iPad, Apple created a flurry of deals from other tablet makers scrambling to keep up.
Apple historically has fought iPhone jailbreaking by warning customers that their device warranties will be voided if they muck around with the innards of their Apple products. Now Apple appears to be taking its disapproval of jailbreaking one step further by censoring at least some references to "jailbreak" in its U.S. iTunes store.
AT&T Labs and Carnegie Mellon University researchers have developed a vibrating steering wheel that they say can help drivers keep their eyes on the road and off of distracting GPS screens.
Thirty-plus Internet pioneers, innovators and "global connectors" -- yes, even including Al Gore -- have been inducted into the first class of the Internet Hall...
Scott Borg say his organization has sometimes been off on its predictions because cybercrime trends have taken longer to emerge than expected.
The so-called Nobel Prize for computing goes to a longtime UCLA professor whose work on artificial intelligence laid the foundation for such inventions as the iPhone's Siri speech recognition and driverless cars.