Google staged four discussions expounding on the finer points of its Glass wearable computer during this week’s developer conference.
Google has abandoned its goal to make renewable energy cheaper than coal, the latest casualty in the internet giant’s moves to focus on fewer efforts.
Apple’s newest iPhone left fans wishing for more than a faster version of last year’s device, drawing a rare outburst of criticism and disappointment.
Carol Bartz has been fired over the phone by Roy Bostock, ending a tumultuous tenure marked by stagnation and a rift with Chinese partner Alibaba.
Facebook has expanded the availability of technology to automatically identify people in photos, renewing concerns about its privacy practices.
Hackers probably based in China tried to break into hundreds of Google mail accounts, including those of senior US government officials.
A thin but energetic Steve Jobs made a surprise return to the spotlight on Wednesday, taking the stage to unveil Apple’s new iPad.
Google co-founder Larry Page will take over as CEO from Eric Schmidt, a surprise move to make the company more nimble.
Facebook is generating profits at a faster-than-expected rate and will have to disclose financial data similar to a publicly traded company.
Facebook has raised $500m from Goldman Sachs and Russian investment firm Digital Sky Technologies, in a deal that values the company at $5-billion.