Teenage users have been drifting away from Facebook for the last few years, and now we know where they're going.
In an unusual move, Google pulls in more Explorers at the Players Championship in Ponte Verde, Fla.
Radiation emission could hit radios, power lines and satellites, disrupting service.
Pew reports that 53 percent of Americans say the Internet would be "very hard" to give up.
With its sale of Motorola Mobility sale to Lenovo, Google is narrowing its focus on robots, Google Glass and smart homes.
Lawrence Livermore National Lab scientists are exploring the use of 3D printing in manufacturing, including creating new raw materials.
Users sue the social network for allegedly scanning private messages, but analysts say Facebook's fine print on privacy will probably protect it.
The search giant risks losing focus on its core search business as it moves into another new market.
Holiday e-commerce is expected to jump as much as 17 percent this year over 2012, and much of the action will come from mobile devices.
About one in five people around the globe use a social networking site at least once a month, and that number is expected to grow significantly over the next several years, according to eMarketer.
Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg said rumors that the social media company is falling out of favor with teenagers have been greatly exaggerated.
Google announced a number of enhancements to its social media platform Google+ and said the number of monthly active users on Google+ jumped from 390 million in May to 540 million users now.
With its acquisition of gesture-recognition company Flutter, Google may be looking to beef up Google Glass and its Android products while also looking to win over the hearts and minds of Apple iPhone users.
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