Though the new powerful search engine is still in beta, the social network has revealed how people are using it and suggests a few oddball quires of its own.
Twitter adopted a new emailing standard that will help better authenticate emails from the social network and filter out scammers.
An always-on, low-power voice activation feature will be part of the upcoming Snapdragon 800, while two new chips are formally announced.
Facebook Security found malware on several employees' laptops, but no evidence that user data was compromised.
Tablet brand ratchets things up a notch with iPad- and Kindle Fire-busting prices at a variety of screen sizes.
Taiwanese tech firm Polytron says it's working with handset manufactures to deliver clear devices by the end of the year.
A proposal is in the works for a 28-acre, $82 million facility to house Google's aircraft in San Jose, Calif.
A slippery YouTube vid may have tipped a fully Google-designed notebook that's home to 4 million pixels.
University team created a new 3D printer valve in a project that could eventually eliminate the need for organ donors.
Though Google's syncing service was due to start sunsetting today, new Windows Phone users can still sign up for the service until July 31.
Twitter released a new, more visual transparency report to help users see how governments are watching them.
After a patent for a smart watch was filed last fall, the tech giant may be looking into how to the sell the invention.
Windows 7 led the OS charge for the Softies while not many clues were offered on how those Surface RT slates are doing.
According to rumors, the two new iPhones will feature in-cell touch technology to make the form factor thinner.
Despite controversy over Facebook merger and revised terms, Instagram claims 90 million monthly active users.
A U.S. judge orders the two tech giants to talk out the infringement suit on March 21 before it goes to trial in the summer.
Today's release of Chrome beta includes voice recognition software, moving us closer to a future where you can rap battle with your browser.
Though Nokia had grim predictions for the end of 2012, Lumia and Asha smartphones helped turn the quarter around.
Updated Chronos commands a RAMaccelerator while the Ultra is the first Ultrabook welcomed into the Series 7 family.