Google has picked up the pace in its efforts to get a business version of Google+ up and running.
After a several years of strong growth, the PC market is downshifting to a slower, but hopefully steady, growth path, according to Gartner analysts.
After promising earlier this week that changes to Google+ were coming, Google is making good on that vow with a privacy update and a new contacts tool
Google is telling IT executives to hold on, perhaps until later this year, as it prepares for for the rigors of business.
The invitation process had been shut down late last week because of 'insane demand' from people eager to try out Google's new social network.
After the Google-Twitter partnership expires, Google suspends its Realtime Search service.
Analysts say it won't be easy for Google+, the new social network from Google, to lure users away from Facebook, the world's largest social network.
While Google deals with a Federal Trade Commission investigation into its ad and search operations, Microsoft could take advantage of the distraction.
In five years, employees will be running much of the show at many companies, and executives should plan to get out of their way as much as possible.
Now that Connecticut Attorney General George has joined the brouhaha around Facebook's new facial recognition feature, it's possible the flap could get bigger.
The U.S. Department of Defense and NASA today issued a call for papers to help in their quest to ensure that humans can start interstellar space travel.
With World IPV6 Day in full swing, the test flight of the Internets new communications protocol is going smoothly.
Facebook said it's working with European Union regulators to resolve criticism about its new facial recognition feature, but trouble may also be brewing for the social network here in the U.S.