Google CEO Larry Page has issued a blog post in which he denies claims that the search engine has been helping the US government gather the online history of any individual.
Google has stated that by looking at data from searches and paid clicks prior to the release date of a film, the search engine giant is able to predict whether a movie will be a box office success or flop.
Google AdWords has announced full beta testing for images within PPC campaigns, following on from the success of sporadic testing which has taken place in previous months.
No love has been lost in the continuing battle for 3G rights between Apple and Samsung, as the latter won a ruling at the ITC in the US.
Blocking access to adult content on browsers has once again become a subject of public conversation, over a year after the proposal was rejected in government.
On the anniversary of a protest against the Chinese government The Great Firewall of China has implemented its new censorship policy on online encyclopaedia, Wikipedia.
Nick Clegg warns against a Communications Data Bill revival, suggesting that it could impact on personal privacy, while internet companies state that the legislation could affect internet freedom.
Colossal internet resource Wikipedia has begun beta testing for new feature Wikipedia Nearby, which can quickly provide information on significant landmarks in the user's near vicinity.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has appeared at the All Things Digital D11 Conference in California, answering questions covering Apple's shares and taxes, promising 'game changing' products in development, and questioning the appeal of Google Glass.
QR codes are to be introduced on Mercedes-Benz vehicles, with the intention of helping in the event of a car accident.
Waze may shortly be the subject of a $1 billion bid from Google, with Facebook amongst the competing bidders for the map software service.
Matt Cutts has officially announced the roll out of Penguin 2.0, a major update to the Penguin web spam algorithm. This is set to target black hat spam, resulting in a noticeable impact on 2.3 percent of queries.
After a five year legal battle, the High Court has found in favour of Interflora in a landmark AdWords case. Marks and Spencer's bidding on the Interflora brand name for PPC ads has been ruled as trademark infringement, with a damages payment yet to be decided.
Google AdWords has officially introduced the new Keyword Planner tool, which will be replacing the existing Google Keyword Tool and the AdWords Traffic Estimator in the near future.
Writing in a column for The Observer newspaper, Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt has outlined his thoughts on how the UK should go about reforming tax law for big corporations.
Marissa Mayer is in talks with Tumblr concerning a possible investment or acquirement, according to AllThingsD. Could this deal provide Yahoo with what it needs to gain access to a more youthful mobile-friendly audience?
Action has been taken against thousands of link sellers who had been influencing rankings as part of a PageRank network.
New features expected to be added to Google Maps have been released earlier than planned, as the search engine briefly put the new site live ahead of the expected unveiling at Google I/O this week.
Matt Cutts, head of webspam at Google, has spoken out on a number of plans that the search giant has for the next few months, including details of a significant update to Google Penguin.
Twitter UK director Dick Costolo is reported to have stepped down over the weekend, but is likely to remain CEO of Twitter's main operation. The move comes just days after UK subsidiary TweetDeck was dissolved by Companies House, following repeated failures to file accounts.
Facebook has revealed that its app launcher interface for Android has been downloaded more than one million times since it launched four weeks ago. It has also been found that Facebook Home is now available on Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One.
YouTube has launched a monthly rundown of the most popular adverts on their website, with April's top spot going to Evian's dancing babies.
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has been criticised by shareholders for his decision to switch to the Windows phone OS. The company appears to be struggling as new devices like the Lumia fail to grab sufficient market share from Apple and Samsung.
Bing has once again challenged Google for the title of top search engine, bringing back the much publicised 'Bing It On' challenge for a second time.
There have been more Android-based tablets shipped in the first quarter of 2013 than any others. Android now has 56 percent of the market share, while the tablet market itself has also grown 142.4 percent year over year.
Nielsen statistics have revealed that significant numbers of Facebook users are leaving the service, with membership declining in both the UK and the US.
UK search engine market share data for April 2013 has been published by StatCounter Global Stats, showing slight gains for Google, Yahoo and Bing compared to March. The only dip was for other search engines, including AOL, Ask and Conduit.
The first ever website is to be recreated by CERN, as the research group helps to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the internet.
Google has bought news aggregating start up Wavii for a rumoured $30 million, and looks set to use the natural language processing skills of the company to help augment the service provided by Knowledge Graph.
Google has proposed to make changes to its search results in a bid to settle an ongoing antitrust investigation. The European Commission is now looking for feedback from rivals and outside organisations regarding the alterations.