Google's Gmail briefly went down Monday and its Chrome browser repeatedly crashed, users reported.
It was the hangar which incubated Howard Hughes's aviation dreams, each aircraft model more fanciful than the last, and half a century later it is the launchpad for another striking ambition: a new generation of slicker, better YouTube videos.
Antitrust regulators at the European Commission and the US Federal Trade Commission should either sue Google or drop their cases against the search giant, its executive chairman Eric Schmidt suggests.
Facebook will be added to the Nasdaq 100 stock index ahead of the open of trade on December 12, roughly seven months after the social networking giant's initial public offering, the Nasdaq stock exchange said in a statement.
The iPad-only news outlet 'The Daily' will shut down next month, its parent company News Corp. said Monday.
Hostile foreign states have used cyberwarfare to attack and map the networks that are part of the country's critical national infrastructure, the government has admitted.
Hey, Facebook, you just had your best month ever. What are you going to do now ?
Groupon boss Andrew Mason appears to have survived a fractious board meeting at the troubled daily deal website. But insiders said unhappy board members are still keen to oust the company's once feted founder.
Microsoft's Surface tablet, an important part of the software multinational's attempt to bring Windows into the portable computing age, is suffering from lacklustre sales, according to a report citing manufacturing sources.
Apple's former head of iOS Scott Forstall "got what he deserved" when he was fired from the tech giant in October, said Tony Fadell, the inventor of the iPod.
It’s official, Microsoft has killed off Internet Explorer, its new browser will be Microsoft Edge … although you’ll be forgiven for thinking nothing has changed if you’re looking at the logo.
YouTube is getting into the movie business, although its films will be getting their premieres online rather than in cinemas.
Greater China leapt past Europe to become Apple's second largest market in revenue terms during the January-March quarter, and analysts say it won't be long before the region surpasses the U.S. to become the company's top market.