Google is setting loose its army of crawlers on Facebook Pages, a public section of the site reserved for organizations, celebrities, and businesses.
The iPhone and iPod Touch are the fastest-adopted gadgets in consumer-tech history. Apple hopes that with the iPad tablet, lightning will strike twice.
To better evaluate young minds, Tufts application videos asks prospective college students for a one-minute YouTube tour of their lives.
The Apple iPad launch will be modeled on the roll-out of the Apple iPhone. Included on the initial roster of retailers is personal-tech giant Best Buy.
Twitter already has a deal in place with Google. Now Yahoo will set its crawlers loose on Twitter's torrent of tweets.
As Heavy Rain reviews trickle in, gamers wonder if they're looking at the future of 'interactive drama.'
Twitter sees 50 million tweets a day. But how many Twitter users are in it for the long haul?
The cellphone market had a strong fourth quarter in 2009, industry analysts say. And smart phones such as the Apple iPhone, the BlackBerry, and Google Android devices deserve much of the credit.
The details of the deal are still vague. But if Wal-Mart does acquire Vudu, the company could find itself head to head with Netflix and other video streaming giants.
The '60 Minutes' Bloom Box spot revealed a lot about the clean-energy 'power house.' Here's information that didn't air on TV.
Sony has filed a patent application for a universal remote that would work with a range of systems, from its PlayStation 3 to Microsoft and Nintendo consoles.
Video-streaming service Hulu is a natural fit for the Apple iPad. But how much would you pay for access?
Vook, which makes hybrid video and text applications, says it will use the money to expand operations.
Wii curling combines the obscure Canadian pastime with Nintendo's mega-popular video game console.
The new Ubisoft DRM requires a constant Internet connection while you play. It might reduce piracy, but will it also reduce sales?
Facebook has climbed to the No. 2 spot in the US with 133 million viewers. But Google still reigns supreme.
Motorola Backflip will be the first phone on the carrier to use Android, and introduces some intriguing design features.
Twitter has benefited from the 2009 launch of Google's real-time search function, one new study shows.
Google Buzz hasn't exactly been a groundbreaking hit for Google. Now one woman is determined to stand up for Buzz users everywhere.