Most people have gone to the Internet to find out more about a health problem at some point in their lives. However, that simple search could lead to a growing condition known as “cyberchondria.”
The U.S. Department of Defense announced today that it was further dropping its exclusive BlackBerry contract and opening all of its mobile communications networks to Apple, Google, and other device makers.
Regular people will be able to purchase Google Glass eyewear by the end of 2013 for less than $1,500, sources have confirmed to CNET.
Microsoft is so confident it has the Internet’s best email service that it is about to spend at least $30 million to send its message across the U.S.
Google plans to open its own retail stores across the United States, according to a new report, giving the increasingly hardware-focused company a place to show off its growing number of physical products.
Would you pay to watch a YouTube channel? The company is aiming to introduce paid channel subscriptions this year, according to a story out today from AdAge.
Google competitors unhappy with the way their search results are displayed on Google search pages will be able to opt out under an agreement announced today by the Federal Trade Commission.
What would happen if the Internet suddenly stopped working? Yesterday, we got a small taste.
A U.S. Senate panel this morning approved a landmark privacy bill that would curb law enforcement’s warrantless access to the contents of e-mail, private Facebook posts, and other data that Americans store in the cloud.
Google has won an interesting patent related to online video.