This week, Tim Bray was appointed 'developer advocate' for Google's Android operating system. Bray wasted no time teeing off on the Apple iPhone.
For the week ending March 16, Facebook pulled in more traffic in America than Google. But could Facebook ever really knock Google off its perch?
In Chinese cities with a real estate boom, workers' wages are high, but so are their mortgage payments.
Sad because Twitter has been just too restrictive? Now Twitter let's you broadcast your location too.
Not every country has been so accommodating, but Italy seems happy to allow Google to digitize rare books.
A new layer on Google Maps will let cyclists access maps of 150 cities around the US. It's a bike geek's dream come true.
NIGERIA: Eighty-five percent of Nigerian Web users say Internet access is a fundamental right. They’re also the world’s most enthusiastic patrons of social networking sites – with 92 percent agreeing that they enjoy spending time on such sites as Facebook or MySpace – and are the most likely people to search the web for a romantic partner. Here, a Nigerian man repairs computer components out of scraps at a computer village in Lagos, Nigeria.
YouTube's automatic caption tool, which was previously restricted to a handful of channels, is set to go into wide-release.