New figures show Google shares have been affected by costs but the search engine giant remains ahead of the game.
Spotify has announced plans to put limits on free music and will push for subscribers to its premium service.
Fujitsu has announced plans to bring super-fast fibre optic broadband to rural parts of the UK.
Cisco Systems is having an overhaul and the first product to go is its Flip video camera.
Google Panda, a major update to Google's search algorithms, has been introduced to the UK.
April 2011 stats show Google is still dominating search on both sides of the Atlantic.
Facebook launches Open Compute Project to reveal impressive server design secrets to the industry.
Google will be investing millions into YouTube to fund production of their own content.
Twitter research carried out by PhD student in Germany shows it can generate more money for its users.
Spotify will stream gig live for the first time starting at 8pm tonight, from the Koko in Camden.
At the BlackBerry world conference in May, RIM is set to confirm the anticipated release of its first full touchscreen phone.
Glassdoor survey shows approval ratings of tech CEOs as they become more competitive than ever.
A leaked test webpage discovered online has revealed that a movie based on search engine company Google is in the works.
Google have launched the latest way to approve websites and adverts by simply clicking +1.
Amazon launches new cloud player so users can move their music more freely.
Leading up to the 2012 Olympic Games, from the high street to the tube, Wi-Fi is growing.
Start-ups offered £1,500 package to get off the ground in government scheme to drive growth.
Steve Jobs says Apple is doing its utmost to ensure demand for its iPad 2 is met in the 25 additional countries the product launches in today.
The Chancellor announces measures set to curtail online shopping bargains with a tax increase.
Apple has filed a lawsuit against the proposed launch of the Amazon Appstore.
Five years to the day since the first tweet was sent, Twitter celebrates its social networking success.
New Partner Search features put clients in touch with PPC account managers through AdWords.
Facebook is more effective at generating sales than Twitter, according to EventBrite.
Matt Cutts reveals next algorithm update will lower importance of keyword rich domain names.
An Irish company with Hollywood credentials has been bought by Google to improve video quality on YouTube.
UK search engine market share analysis by Hitwise for March 2011 reveals little change.
Third party apps under scrutiny as Twitter aims to end 'fragmentation'.
A new Facebook feature allows people feeling threatened by abuse on the network to contact a trusted friend for help.
US movie fans can now rent and view Warner Bros blockbusters through Facebook in exchange for credits.
A new service from Google aims to make searching the web more efficient on iPhones and Android phones.