As more and more corporate workers use their favorite social networking tools for job-related tasks, IT executives are left with little choice but to quickly find ways to manage the consumer software.
Stories by Sharon Gaudin
The same day that Google took the wraps off its computerized eye glasses, the company's co-founder Sergey Brin was spotted wearing a pair while out to dinner.
As Yahoo laid off about 2,000 employees Wednesday, industry watchers were asking when its CEO will lay out his vision for the struggling company's future.
As tornadoes ripped through Texas on Tuesday, hurling tractor-trailer trucks in the air and shredding houses, people took to social networks to warn of advancing storms and to help their neighbors.
After weeks of rumors of a pending reorganization, Yahoo has the company is laying off about 2000 workers.
If, as reported, Facebook is building a search engine to rival Google's, then the competition between the two Internet giants has intensified further.
A Massachusetts company is one step closer to delivering its flying car after testing a production prototype.
ORLANDO -- IT execs are forever concerned about the growing number of gadgets workers are bringing from home for use in the enterprise.
Two U.S. senators are calling for a federal investigation into the growing trend of employers seeking access to the social network pages of job applicants.
Dan Pontefract oversees learning and collaboration at Telus
When a major Canadian telecommunications company wanted to change how it handles employee training, it turned to social networking.
Workers at AT Kearney connect with their friends on Facebook now and then when they're on the job, and that's just fine with executives there.
A lot can change in six years. Just ask the folks at Twitter.
The Chinese government, Google's last hurdle to acquiring Motorola Mobility, are slowing up the purchase process by expanding their investigation into the pending transaction.
Just as voters in Illinois are heading to the polls to cast their votes in the Republican primary today, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is participating in a Google+ hangout.
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