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.
After helping to hatch the plan for World IPv6 Day set for Wednesday, a senior network engineer at Facebook is raring to test the site's reworked network.
Google's announcement that hackers had gone after the Gmail accounts of senior U.S. officials raises a question: What are government officials doing using Gmail?
The number of U.S. Twitter users jumped in the past year, increasing more than 50%, according to a study from the Pew Research Center.
Undeterred, Amazon.com gave its Lady Gaga discount another go Thursday.
Twitter has reportedly finalized a deal to buy TweetDeck in a deal worth $40 million.
Twitter CTO Greg Pass has left the company last week and there's no move afoot to replace him.
LinkedIn's successful IPO today saw its stock price more than double and its valuation approach $10 billion.
The city of San Francisco announced Wednesday that it is moving workers from multiple email systems to Microsoft's cloud-based email.
The world's biggest chip maker is focusing in on the mobile market, but analysts say ARM is in a great position to withstand any Intel onslaught.
After years of dominance in computer chips, Intel now is chasing the chip market and trying to redefine its future.
Facebook may not have bought Skype, but the social networking company may still reap the benefits.
Facebook's surreptitious public relations campaign against Google shows how intense the competition has become between the two companies