Tips on mobile site builds and Googlebot Mobile have been unveiled in a Webmaster blog.
A well-placed technology journalist has reported that the iPad 2 will be unveiled next Wednesday.
Google maintains UK search engine market share, according to the latest figures.
Huawei offers £50 million mobile network for London's tube in time for 2012 Olympics.
People in civil unions and domestic partnerships can now display their relationship status on Facebook.
New Google content subscription service promises to be a cheaper, more flexible rival to Apple.
Yell's chief executive believes the company enjoys unique advantages over Google, Groupon and Yahoo.
Facebook have announced a collaboration that will see 'Facebook phones' released this year.
Ofcom reveals rules for product placement in TV shows, including on-screen notification.
Nokia will use Windows Mobile 7 as their primary smartphone platform after signing a partnership with Microsoft.
Google and Facebook among companies rumoured to be considering £6 billion price tag.
Nokia's current state can be compared to a man on a burning oil platform, according to its CEO.
Hacking competition Pwn2Own, at the CanSecWest Conference, to reluctantly feature Google Chrome.
Internet giant buys Huffington Post for £196 million just months after TechCrunch purchase.
A new report says companies using social media should ensure they fully exploit the medium.
Similarity in search results leads to a Google investigation involving planted results and synthetic queries.
Google Shopper, the popular Android shopping app, has now landed on the iPhone.
The Home Office have launched a website that allows you to see all reported crime in your area.
Google aims to remove content farms and 'noise' from search results.
Facebook has denied reports claiming a new wave of HTC smartphones set to be unveiled will bear its name.
Google and Facebook are both reportedly testing group buying services to rival the coupon start-up.
The social networking site was inaccessible yesterday amid a wave of anti-government protests.
Details of HTC's first tablet offering, the Flyer, have apparently been leaked, with two more to come from the manufacturer this year.
Equity award and potential shares sell-off could make outgoing Google CEO Eric Schmidt a multi-millionaire.
Singer Katy Perry recently met Mark Zuckerberg and enjoyed it. The star tweeted about the billionaire CEO after visiting Facebook headquarters.
ASOS is to launch an in-app shop where purchases can be made without leaving Facebook.
Rising sales of the Mac, iPhone and iPad have propelled Apple to record profits.
Weekend complaints shut down Facebook developments; users unhappy about details being shared.
Data protection measures include removing search listings and censoring online press articles.
Pentagon bosses in the US will make more effective use of social networking as part of a new broadcast strategy.