With the launch of Google Drive this week, IT managers can look forward to a new productivity tool -- and some significant headaches.
Facebook on Monday continued its latest spending spree by agreeing to pay Microsoft about $550 million for some 650 former AOL patents and patent applications.
Craigslist late last week posted an ad looking for a "hands-on" senior user interface engineer, along with a front-end and usability engineers.
Google might want to use its new smart glasses prototype to look over its shoulder.
Gartner reports that Intel and Qualcomm showed great revenue gains in 2011.
When the Titanic set sail 100 years ago this month, its state-of-the-art technology included the advanced wireless of the early 20th century.
IT execs aim to comply with worker demands to use social networking tools on the job.
Yahoo will begin informing employees of the layoffs and 'phased transitions' today.
A Massachusetts company is one step closer to delivering its flying car after testing a production prototype.
Workers at AT Kearney connect with their friends on Facebook now and then when they're on the job, and that's just fine with executives there.
Google is planning major changes to its search engine that will make it easier and faster for users to get the information they need.
A former Google executive says the company is abandoning innovation and technology for a wrongheaded focus on social networking.
Reports of the popular IM service's imminent demise are mistaken, AOL announces.
CNN may be in the process of buying online news and blogging site Mashable, according to reports.