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Google is integrating Gmail with Google Wallet so that users can send payments as a mail attachment, even if the recipient doesn't have a Gmail address.
Google used a portion of its I/O keynote to highlight achievements for its Chrome browser, including updates to both the desktop and mobile versions as well as new developer tools.
Salesforce.com wants to simplify the way mobile users find, access and share files from its Chatter enterprise social networking (ESN) application.
During the BlackBerry Live conference, the company announced plans to make BBM available as a free app on Android and iOS this summer.
As part of a marketing partnership with Paramount Pictures to promote the latest Star Trek movie, Microsoft will add Klingon to the languages available at Bing Translator on the Web and in a Windows Phone 8 app.
A new 'Do Not Track' option and an expanded Social API are among the highlights to expect in this new release.
Cox, AT&T, other ISPs are fighting a court order in a copyright case, seeking to protect BitTorrent users from a legal fishing expedition.
With the backing of its new parent company, Yammer more than tripled its revenue year on year in the quarter that ended in March.
Mom kept you safe and happy when you were a kid, and now you can do the same for her—or at least for her PC.
SAP is set to offer customers the option of running their applications on top of a cloud-based version of its HANA in-memory database technology.
After racking up 200 million mobile users, communications app Viber has jumped to the desktop with a new app that includes video calling capabilities—a first for the service.
Skype's Web-based management tool Manager for businesses is now available in over 170 countries and for all subscriptions, allowing companies to centrally control their usage of the service.
Adobe announced sweeping changes to its Creative Suite software line. Signaling a new focus on integrating creative services in the cloud with its desktop software lineup, Adobe launched a new cloud-based Creative Suite, now named Creative Cloud.
Adobe has announced updates to its suite of Web-centric tools and cloud services, including Dreamweaver, Flash Professional, and the new Edge Animate.