Google executives see a great future in mobility, both for computing and for the company, and they're willing to pay a lot for the power they think that will bring them in the mobile market.
The popular Angry Birds along with Zombie Lane and Edgeworld are the first to become available on Google's social network site.
Twitter rolls out two new features intended to help users find out what's happening on their network that they'll be most interested in.
Within a year, Google's newest social network will be second in popularity only to Facebook, researchers predict.
R.I.P. "old" Twitter -- social networking site switches over to its redesign, instead of allowing users to switch between the original and new interfaces.
The social networking service is drawing participants and traffic far faster than did its earlier rivals.
Twitter confirmed today that it has raised a "significant round of funding" that executives hope to use to expand the site's reach.
Articles by Sharon Gaudin