Facebook's surreptitious public relations campaign against Google shows how intense the competition has become between the two companies
Online speculation is starting to pick up speed that Apple is looking to ditch Intel chips and move to ARM-based processors for its Mac line of laptops
Before President Barack Obama officially informed the country and the world that terrorist leader Osama bin Laden had been killed, Facebook and Twitter were lit with news.
After a devastating round of tornadoes in the south, many people have taken to Facebook to try to find the rightful owners of what could be precious photos and documents.
One day after Yahoo's email service suffered a partial outage, the company reported that about 1 million users were affected.
One of the six men lifting off Friday on board NASA's space shuttle Endeavour is a computer programmer who built software for spacecraft before becoming an astronaut.
If your corporate network starts to get a bit sluggish Friday, you might have to blame Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Facebook is looking to hire 9,400 more employees in the next six years, according to reports.
People who use the social networking pioneer have until May 31 to retrieve their photos, blogs and messages.
Facebook Tuesday added a new service that makes it more competitive with the popular Groupon discount coupon service.
Google's position on doing business in China will not change because of Larry Page's succession as CEO of the Internet search company.
Several days after Amazon.com's cloud outage knocked some high-profile Web sites offline, the company said its cloud service was largely back up and running. Now Amazon is trying to track down the root of the problem.
Google launched a beta test this week of Google Offers, going head-to-head with the increasingly popular Groupon discount service.
Analysts say downtime hurts Amazon, and cloud computing.