New service gives search results based on friends' posts.
An updated version of the Google AdWords policy goes live today in a bid to protect users' information.
Vodafone has reported a 10% rise in annual profits, attributing their success to smartphones.
The videogame maker's website has been hacked and 25,000 customer emails stolen.
Facebook employed a top PR firm in a campaign to question Google's use of user data.
Twitpic has updated its T&Cs in a move that has angered users
Video calling service Skype has been bought out by Microsoft in its biggest deal to date.
New Google Images search options enables users to sort images by subject and obtain more relevant results.
May 2011 reveals further small gains for Google in the UK search market.
Recent comScore research shows that Facebook's share in the US display ad market has doubled over the past year.
A simple way of measuring page load times has been introduced on Google Analytics to help regular users and businesses.
Spotify is muscling in on the online music market by launching a rival to Apple's iTunes and offering more features.
There are many ways to optimise Google Places pages through commercial copywriting, according to an expert.
Nokia is set to axe 4,000 jobs, 700 of which will come from the UK. The news comes after the company closes its deal with Microsoft.
Sony finally explains that unauthorised hacking was the reason it closed its PlayStation Network in the last week.
Social networking is cause for concern as some teachers are being humiliated and judged for using sites such as Facebook.
A secret tracking device that follows users movements has been discovered inside the iPhone.
Twitter is expected to lead the bidding war for the independent TweetDeck service.
Samsung is accused of copying Apple's design for its Galaxy products including the Galaxy Tab.
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.