Google announced Wednesday that a Google+ account is no longer necessary for business clients wishing to use the Google Hangouts videoconferencing feature.
Chinese government officials visited Microsoft offices in China Monday, though Microsoft representatives have declined to comment as to the nature of these visits.
Samsung's bid to provide its own mobile operating system in addition to Android has faced numerous roadblocks in its years of development as the Korean electronics giant tries to compete with OS giants such as Google and Apple.
After Facebook's strong second quarter results, founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg is now worth $33.3 billion, placing him at number 16 on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.
Google will reportedly buy Twitch.tv for $1 billion. But will the sale open up Twitch to legal disaster? Worry not, says the company.
The social networking giant rolled out a new feature on Monday that lets users save Facebook posts in their newsfeed to read later.
Verizon announced Monday a new plan to make upload speeds the same as download speeds for FiOS customers who receive Verizon's bundled Internet access, telephone, and television service that works through a fiber-optic communications network.
A new report out from the China Internet Network Information Center says that, in the first half of 2014, China added fewer Internet users than any other time in the past eight years.
The European Commission has criticized Apple for not taking appropriate steps to curb in-app purchases in online and mobile games available on Apple devices.
Amazon has announced a new service that lets digital subscribers read an unlimited amount of e-books and digital audiobooks for $9.99 a month.
Facebook announced Thursday a new feature it is testing that's designed to let users purchase items directly from ads and posts on the site and in the mobile app.
An MIT professor has invented Jibo, a social robot that can act as a personal assistant, speak, learn, and interact with people in a 'humanized' fashion.
Google is recruiting top-tier cybersecurity experts for 'Project Zero,' which aims to find and fix bugs across the Internet.
A Morgan Stanley analyst predicts Apple will sell between 30 and 60 million units of the rumored iWatch during its first year, in large part due to brand loyalty.