Now that Microsoft's revamped and flashy free e-mail service is drawing the spotlight, rivals Yahoo and Google have a clear reason to update their e-mail services.
Twitter basks in the Olympic spotlight, with athletes tweeting about the events and fans around the world tweeting their support.
Microsoft announced in a blog post that when users do a search, they can tag their Facebook friends by name and get their recommendations on the search.
Social network Google+, which turned a year old at the end of June, has seen its user base take a dramatic jump in the past six to seven months.
The Olympics events are especially inviting to social networks, from offering a venue for quick and timely bulletins to the opportunity for online interaction with participants.
After suffering an outage that lasted more than an hour and a half today, Twitter is back up and running.
Outage comes just a month after a cascading bug shut down Twitter twice in a day.
After a disappointing Wall Street debut, all eyes will be on Facebook on Thursday when it makes its first quarterly earnings report as a public company...
Twitter is teaming with NBC to make it easier for users to take in all the tweets about the upcoming Olympic Games.
Have you noticed that it's just not so cool to be in the PC business these days? Michael Dell, founder and CEO of Dell, said this week that the "new Dell" really isn't in the PC business anymore.
Tablets and smartphones -- and users' infatuation with them -- continue to pummel the PC market.
Scientists at Princeton University say they have used nanotechnology to make tests to detect diseases, like cancer and Alzheimer's disease, 3 million times more sensitive.
If Google's latest computing plan stays on track, the definition of a computer could broaden significantly.
A year after Google+ was launched, Google executives are saying it's not really a social network after all.
Google's latest venture into social networking has been around for a year now, and it hasn't taken over the world but it does encompass all things Google.