The UK's long-awaited 4G auction could finally be about to get underway, as regulator Ofcom released a timetable for those hoping to be part of the process.
Groupon has reported disappointing Q3 earnings, causing shares to drop by 15 percent to $3.30 (£2.07) in afterhours trading. Last week, the company saw share prices fall to $4 (£2.51) as it was thought that daily deals would be less in demand after Hurricane Sandy.
A large account hijacking attempt has taken place on Twitter, with a great deal of users needing their account passwords reset. Further social media news comes from Barack Obama, as his four more years post breaks several records.
Google has announced in an official blog post that it is rolling out a redesign of its search engine results pages. The search options have been moved from the left hand side to the top, echoing the recent mobile and tablet SERPs redesign.
YouTube analysis of the sharing of adverts on social media outlets gives Barack Obama a slender six per cent advantage over rival Mitt Romney, with a particularly significant lead on Twitter.
A number of senior Facebook executives took advantage of the expiration of a company lock-in period last week to offload some of their shares, following the social network's ill-fated arrival on the stock market.
Google Wallet is now available on mobile websites following its recent web content micropayments expansion. The checkout service aims to make mobile web shopping simple for consumers as Google has found that 97 percent of mobile shoppers leave their cart before making their final purchase.
New laws in Russia relating to the internet have been brought into place, allowing the authorities to remove information that they deem to be offensive or having the potential to be harmful.
According to the latest data from StatCounter Global Stats, Google has suffered a drop in October 2012's UK search engine market share. Meanwhile, Bing has seen a slight boost, perhaps thanks in part to the launch of Windows 8.
4G mobile service arrives in Great Britain, with eleven cities currently able to offer the increased mobile internet speed. These include some of the biggest across the country, with London, Manchester, Glasgow, Cardiff and Birmingham amongst the locations now providing the fourth generation internet service.
Google has put together a crisis map to assist New York residents hoping to avoid the worst of Hurricane Sandy, while the New York Times and Wall Street Journal have removed the paywalls from their sites to allow users to keep up with news on the storm.
Yahoo has made its first acquisition since Marissa Mayer become CEO. The nine-person team behind Stamped - a mobile recommendations app - will join the growing mobile product team following Mayer's recent announcement that Yahoo is set to embrace mobile technologies going forward.
Microsoft are preparing to launch their new Windows 8 operating system, with expectant PC users across the globe looking forward to getting hold of the most significant new Windows product for many years.
Apple has unveiled a 7.9 inch version of its market leading tablet, known as the iPad Mini. However, criticism has been levelled at the hefty iPad Mini price tag, while many are unsure it can beat stiff competition from Samsung, Google and Amazon.
Three of the biggest illegal file sharing websites, Fenopy, H33t and Kickass Torrents look set to be blocked, after the British Phonographic Industry made a request to the country's major ISPs.
Google Knowledge Graph was launched in May 2012 to allow users even more information about their search topic. This has now been taken a stage further with another layer of detail provided for suggested follow-up searches.
Following the accidental release of its Q3 earnings, Google suspended its shares. The quarterly results showed that profits have fallen 20 per cent from last year, causing a sell-off in Google shares that wiped $20bn off the search engine's value.
The Manchester Loop was built as part of the cities hosting of the 2002 Commonwealth Games. It could soon have a new use, after plans were put in place to provide fibre optic broadband through the network of underground cables.
Matt Cutts announced yesterday that Google is launching a disavow links tool. The long awaited tool allows webmasters to 'undo' a link to their site, which could repair previous black hat techniques, or combat malicious negative SEO.
Search engine giant Google appears to be set to face legal action from the US Government, after it was revealed much of the US Federal Trade Commission was apparently in support of such a case.
After extensive beta testing, Bing Ads has introduced Sitelink Extensions for PPC advertising. During the pilot stage, advertisers reported that search ads including Sitelinks brought in an increased amount of click-through rates.
Questions are being asked about Facebook's tax payments, after the profits announced for Britain are significantly lower than those predicted by a number of experts. The official figures are £150m lower than those that were predicted.
Matt Cutts, distinguished engineer at Google, has posted a new webmaster video explaining guest blogging for links. While high quality, insightful content gets the thumbs up, Google has several techniques in place to spot those abusing guest blogging.
Felix Baumgartner is an Austrian skydiver who will today attempt to make history for the highest ever parachute jump. The record attempt will be streamed live to viewers on the internet.
Google has announced a second update to its Penguin algorithm which engineer Matt Cutts suggests will affect just 0.3 per cent of English language sites. It is the first time Penguin has been changed since May.
Google has opened its Maps API to make live traffic data available for third party apps, a service that has been restricted to Enterprise customers since Marsh 2012. Now, developers and businesses can include the data in their own mapping applications.
Twitter has announced the launch of a new marketing tool - Twitter Surveys. Similar to Promoted Tweets, the surveys will appear within the user's timeline. The tool, developed in collaboration with Nielsen, is currently being tested by a small number of advertisers.
The creator of the X Factor and Britain's Got Talent Simon Cowell is reported to be working on a new project, which would see a number of new technology jobs created and increased support for wannabe entrepreneurs.
Google Tag Manager has been released by the search engine giant, a programme for webmasters which allows websites to be tagged quickly and accurately, helping with SEO and effective coding.