Here's a look at five recent tweets that have taken Twitter--and in some cases, our nation's attention--by storm.
Google's current chairman was referring to his efforts to team up with Facebook, a move that was rebuffed by the social networking giant.
Verizon billed a woman for months after she died of breast cancer, and even turned the matter over to a collection agency.
There’s evidence the Apple scare over malware -- software that is intended to damage or disable computers and computer systems -- may not be over.
When will impressive electrowetting displays appear on tablets or Kindles?
Amazon will now accept your obsolete or unwanted gadgets -- including tablets, smartphones, MP3 players, digital cameras and GPS units -- and give you gift certificates in return.
When you're shopping on Bing you can now add items to a shopping list to keep track of your browsing history and share those lists with other Facebook friends with the click of a button.
Exhausted the decent content on Netflix Instant Watch? Stuck with low-budget horror sequels and straight-to-DVD dregs? Relief is on the way.
Amazon says the $114 ad-supported version of the Kindle e-reader is riding high as its best-selling item in electronics.
Google's OS doesn't have any locally installed apps like a word processor or spreadsheet manager but that doesn't mean it's useless without Wi-Fi or cellular data connectivity.
Android@Home uses an open wireless protocol, allowing the OS to connect with any devices that are powered by electricity. Programmers will be able to interact with various connected appliances such as light bulbs, thermostats and washing machines.
Music Beta will be free for US users who get an invite from Google, with priority given to those with the Verizon version of the Motorola Xoom tablet and to attendees of today's I/O conference.
Look for bargains for tickets to concerts and sports and theater events through the new Groupon and Live Nation Entertainment effort.
LastPass noticed 'a network traffic anomaly,' possibly a hacker attack, so it is forcing its users to change their master passwords.