Google has produced another deeply satisfying tablet and has managed to keep the price reasonable.
New features include greater speed, better place and traffic information and offline maps.
Microsoft’s Skype service and Apple’s FaceTime system both allow users to make free video calls, and you can use both programs on an iPad.
Those photos taken with your smartphone could be gone forever if you lose the phone or it breaks, but you can back them up online without having to physically sync with a computer.
Google+ Hangouts can support up to 10 people in a video chat or virtual meeting, but certain bandwidth speeds are required.
A new study found that by tracking certain search terms in Google Trends, researchers could predict whether the Dow Jones industrial average would rise or fall the following week.
Three prominent venture capital firms are scouting for start-ups building apps for Google Glass, the new Internet-connected glasses.
Apple has acquired WiFiSlam, a start-up company that helps improve the accuracy of indoor maps and other services. Indoor maps look poised to become a new battleground between big tech companies.
After Google announced that it would be shutting down Google Reader on July 1, unhappy customers turned to the Internet to protest the closing.
The change signals Google’s evolving thinking about its two operating systems and two growing businesses, hardware and mobile.
Google’s “+1″ button is another way of expressing public admiration for a Web page.
On Wednesday, Yahoo introduced a new site design. Gone are the cluttered ads and irrelevant content. In their place will be customizable, personalized content and new social features.