Facebook has filed to go public and is seeking a $5-billion initial public offering -- the largest flotation by a Wall Street-listed internet company.
The surest sign the post-PC era is here is the announcement by the world's top personal computer maker that it is taking steps to exit the business.
Facebook, Google and other tech giants have taken part in a global test of a new system designed to replace the dwindling pool of Internet addresses.
Apple on Wednesday denied claims it was tracking iPhone users but said it would fix software "bugs" that resulted in location data being unencrypted.
The two newspaper heavyweights are poised to do battle as Rupert Murdoch's Journal challenges Arthur Sulzberger's Times.
Twitter, fuelled by smartphones and online bursts of 140 characters, soared to lofty heights over the past year while Facebook eclipsed MySpace.
While it got off to a rocky start with the Y2K bug and dotcom bubble, the era dubbed the "Digital Decade" has turned out to be a dizzying period of in
With an eye on the readers of the future, US publisher Hearst announced plans on Friday to launch a digital newsstand.
Is Rupert Murdoch bluffing? Making a bold high-stakes gamble that will save the troubled newspaper industry?
Colleges and universities across the US are offering free courses online on virtually every subject imaginable.