Google+ got a makeover and new features in a rollout that started Wednesday
Stories by Sharon Gaudin
Facebook will launch a satellite later this week in an effort to bring Internet connectivity to parts of sub-Saharan Africa.
Google announced the launch of In Apps, a new search mode designed to enable users to search for information in the apps on their Android phones.
After taking heat earlier this year over allegations of political bias, Facebook announced that it's replacing fallible humans with new algorithms to select items for its "Trending" topics feature.
Rackspace needed to evolve or it would be left behind, which is why the cloud services company agreed to be acquired by a private equity firm for $4.3 billion.
A private equity firm has signed an agreement to buy major cloud player Rackspace for US$4.3 billion.
If Apple is working on a social app, or even eyeing an outright foray into a social network, is it too little too late?
Four years ago, the New York Public Library began to move its web properties to the cloud. Today, the library system has all of its nearly 80 websites in the cloud, has shrunk the number of on-premise servers by 40% and is running those web properties 95% more cheaply.
Facebook has released a new stand-alone app, called Lifestage, that lets young users share videos with other people in their schools.
The social network today said it has suspended 235,000 accounts just since February for violating policies related to the promotion of terrorism.
Is Google is working on a new OS to get in on the ground floor of IoT?
In the first head-to-head hacking competition of autonomous computers, a system developed by a team of Pittsburgh-based researchers is the presumptive winner.
The first all-machine hacking competition, sponsored by DARPA, is taking place today in Las Vegas.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said that, if elected, she would try to curb terrorists from using the Internet as a recruiting tool. But her statement raises questions over what can be done to prevent terrorists from using Facebook and Twitter as extremist hunting grounds.
Facebook's Connectivity Lab completed the first full test of Aquila, a solar-powered, unmanned aircraft that would beam Internet connectivity to remote, underserved areas of the world.