Russian President Dmitry Medvedev will take his vision of a Russian Silicon Valley to US technology heads including Google CEO Eric Schmidt this week before meeting with President Obama on Thursday.
iPhone apps, maintaining a Facebook page, and Twitter feed have become standard practice for political candidates seeking to get their message out.
First day of summer is here, and the Internet is ready to help you enjoy the summer solstice from your office chair.
Facebook revenue approaches $800 million in 2009, based on increases in users and advertising.
Flock? The Flock browser just got a big upgrade but is light years behind Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Opera.
Twitter in Japan is like Twitter in the U.S. except the translation of tweet is 'mumble.'
Broadband regulation: FCC moves forward Thursday with the process of exploring new rules to help oversee high-speed Internet.
iPhone 4 sales are through the roof despite ordering problems.
Ready to throw away your PC in favor of an iPad? You might want to wait a bit.