Facebook has published usage stats that conflict with many recent surveys. In both the UK and US, daily active user numbers remain strong, with a huge surge in mobile and tablet visits which could have an impact on advertisers.
In 1999 BlackBerry introduced mobile phones with email for busy execs on the go, 14 years on and they have fallen so far behind their rivals they could be forced to sell.
Apple is thought to be ready to launch a new iPhone, rumoured to be either an iPhone 5S or 6, as well as a low-cost incarnation of the iPhone 5.
Google has announced new guidelines and updated its PageSpeed Insights tool to help webmasters optimise their mobile page speed. The new support looks at how you can deliver above-the-fold content in one second or less in order to avoid interrupting user flow.
For those Google users who require a significant amount of information from their search, the introduction of an 'in-depth articles' section should provide a significant bonus.
The latest UK search engine market share stats for July 2013 have been published by StatCounter Global Stats. The results show another small drop for Google, while Bing and Yahoo have climbed.
A Nielsen study has revealed that increased Twitter activity can boost TV ratings.
Feedly and Old Reader are stepping up their efforts to attract new users, with the former launching a Pro service and the latter receiving backing from a mystery source.
Google has launched its Google Analytics Real Time Reporting API in Beta. This will allow site owners to create queries about the real time data collated by Google in order to effectively utilise the information to improve their site.
Google is currently experimenting with a new local news product. Will its position on the Google Now service, which provides users with contextually relevant information, give the search engine giant a chance to succeed where so many have failed?
Ballmer admits Microsoft has made too many of the Surface tablet device, as units fail to shift. The company spent more on advertising and accounting charges than it made from the Windows tablet, but will this failure spell the end for Surface?
A cross-party Home Affairs Select Committee has expressed concern that the UK may be falling behind when it comes to dealing with cyber crime.
An online petition has encouraged micro blogging site Twitter to make it easier and safer for users to report offensive Tweets in the future.
Google AdWords has announced further changes to increase the ease of use for reporting results, with easier access to bid adjustment data in Google Analytics.
Responding to a question on the issue of including content in expandable boxes with 'see more' buttons, Matt Cutts confirmed this would not be punished unless being done in a deliberately malicious way.
A survey by the American Customer Satisfaction Index has found that US customer satisfaction with search engines, portals and social networks is at its lowest level since 2003.
Insecure mobile Sims are putting millions at risk of being hacked and having their personal information accessed using only a home computer and a bogus operator text message.
Apple has moved to strengthen its security systems after user data on its app development portal was compromised. Researcher Ibrahim Balic released a video warning that he was able to access information such as user names and email addresses, but insisted he only wanted to warn the company about the problem.
In the latest quarterly earnings call, Google CEO Larry Page announced that 75 per cent of active Google Adwords campaigns have already migrated to Enhanced prior to the deadline which will see all campaigns switched to Enhanced.
Segmentation within Google Analytics is set to change dramatically, with the product from the market leading search engine looking to boost the functionality for users.
Falling display ad prices, ad sales and search revenues have been blamed for a continued revenue decline at Yahoo, who published their Q2 2013 earnings yesterday. CEO Marissa Mayer, tasked with turning the company around, has now been at the helm for one year.
The launch of Google for Nonprofits means UK charities will benefit from access to the same free resources as US charities, enabling them to enhance their websites and improve donations.
Sony has abandoned its attempt to overturn a £250,000 fine handed down after user data was reportedly compromised during a high profile hack in 2011.
Matt Cutts has explained how Google handles downtime in a recent video. He looks closely at the consequences of web pages going offline for both short and long periods of time, and the impact it can have on rankings.
Peter Sunde, one of the co-founders of torrent website Pirate Bay is currently working on a new product, with Heml.is designed to provide a completely secure and untraceable instant messaging service.
Apple has decided to abandon a two-year dispute with e-commerce giant Amazon over the usage of the trademark 'app store'. The decision coincides with the fifth anniversary of Apple launching its app store, having seen 50 billion app downloads in that time.
Microsoft has recently announced that Windows 8.1 will be launched in late August. Among a number of new features is Smart Search, where Bing Ads can be used to connect users with highly relevant ads.
After trialling the service since January, Facebook is set to introduce a full version of Graph Search to all US English users over the next few weeks.
The 'Father of the mouse' passed away on Tuesday aged 88. The acclaimed inventor reimagined the evolution of computing to become what we know today.
Users of Google AdWords will benefit from increased ease and speed of reporting, following changes to the service to introduce an integrated platform.