Samsung will release a smartphone featuring its Tizen operating system, created in partnership with Intel.
In response to European Union court rulings, Google has set up a right to be forgotten webform where European citizens can request that links to information related to them are removed from search results.
Dr. Dre closer to becoming hip hop's first billionaire thanks to a $3bn deal for the star's music technology company, Beats Electronics.
Microsoft has unveiled a new audio translation feature for Skype, which means video calls can be instantly translated for easier communication.
Project Tango, a research and development effort at Google, has yielded another new piece of cutting edge hardware. The search engine giant has revealed a tablet with 3D camera technology.
eBay has seen a dramatic drop in organic rankings following the Google Panda and Payday Loan update. The site has also recently suffered a database hack that resulted in users being urged to change their passwords.
The Conservatives, Labour, the Liberal Democrats and UKIP take to social media to promote their parties ahead of today's UK EU elections.
Google has confirmed two algorithm updates, having recently launched Payday Loan 2.0, and now Panda 4.0 - which is set to impact 7.5 per cent of search queries.
Google has put in a $1 billion offer for gaming service Twitch, and hopes to use it alongside similar 'Let's Play' content already available on YouTube.
Facebook is to enter the race to forget when it releases its Slingshot, the Snapchat competitor it wants to become the new leader in the race to capture the market for ephemeral information.
Duane Forrester - senior product manager at Bing - has verified the importance of marking up content with Schema to help search engines provide users with richer search experiences.
Google Glass, the highly anticipated wearable technology, has entered a brand new phase of testing in which early adopters can buy and use the device to help improve it before release.
A ruling by the European Court of Justice means Google may need to amend its search results if a member of the public requests it, in the ongoing 'right to be forgotten' debate.
On Monday Twitter announced its newest feature that allows you to mute noisy users on your feed without their knowledge.
A senior figure at Mozilla has been forced to clarify its plans to introduce sponsored advertising in new tabs on its Firefox browser, after a negative user response to the proposed changes.
A growing number of new parents are turning to the web and using their mobile devices to find answers to maternity related questions.
Tech giants are against plans proposed by Chairman of the FCC to change the rules of the Internet.
According to the latest data from StatCounter Global Stats, Google has gained slightly and Bing has dipped in April 2014's UK search engine market share.
Twitter and Amazon have created an integrated service which allows any user of the social media platform to add items they want to buy to their Amazon shopping cart using special hashtags.
Snapchat has revealed its largest update so far, with changes including texting and video services rolling out to users over the last 24 hours.
Google has updated its Webmaster Guidelines to include examples of sneaky redirects, helping webmasters to recognise the types of redirects that are prohibited.
In a video posted online, Matt Cutts reveals the criteria Google uses to assess title tags and to discover whether they are suitable to use in search results.
Samsung is pinning its hopes on the new Galaxy S5 to boost sales in Q2 2014, after its latest earnings release showed a 4 per cent decline in sales for its mobile division.
A government investigation has been launched to try and find those responsible for a series of offensive additions to Wikipedia pages concerning the Hillsborough disaster, which were shown to have been made using computers within Whitehall.
Pinterest has added the smart search tool Guided Search in order to help users efficiently navigate through the app and find pins that are relevant to their interests.
Facebook has paid attention to the shift in how its users access the site, and invested heavily in mobile advertising in an effort to boost revenue.
Google has unveiled several new AdWords features aimed at app marketers and enterprise users, in what it calls the 'future of AdWords'.
Users can now subscribe to alerts from Google which will show information about trending topics and keywords; it is intended to help people stay on top of multiple topics in a fast paced world.
DMA has revealed that Facebook has come ahead of Twitter in the company's inaugural Social Media Scorecard.
The latest Heartbleed fix involves revoking and reissuing the security certificate of affected sites; however, experts have warned that this could cause browsing speeds to slow significantly.