With the unveiling of Apple's latest iPad, PC makers must accelerate efforts to keep the tablet from taking a bigger slice of their business.
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Social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter lit up this week and conservative commentator Rush Limbaugh is feeling the effects.
In an attempt to learn how to use social media to bridge the divide between countries, Israeli President Shimon Peres is visiting Facebook's headquarters today.
Yahoo executives are planning a major corporate reorganization that could include thousands of layoffs, according to a report today by AllThingsD .
Enterprises, it seems, are getting a bit more social.
Reports are circulating that Google is developing a voice assistant technology that would rival Apple's Siri.
Analysts are split on how Google's new privacy rules, which went into effect on Thursday, will affect users -- and ultimately the company itself.
Companies and organizations that have Brand pages on Facebook are not only getting a new look and new features, they're also going to be able to update their pages to use <a href="http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9222704/Facebook_pushes_out_Timeline_of_users_online_lives">Facebook's new Timeline</a>.
The Pope Benedict XVI is showing his technical savvy.
A bad global economy, poor market conditions and confusing management moves combined to create a perfect storm that slammed into Hewlett-Packard and staggered the PC maker in its first fiscal 2012 quarter.
Facebook users are becoming decidedly unfriendly, according to a Pew Internet & American Life Project study released Friday.
Step aside Gen X.
Move over Facebook, Google+ and Twitter. There's a new social site stealing some of your buzz: Pinterest, a social photo-sharing site that allows users to create and share collections of images. Based in Palo Alto, Calif., the pinboard-styled service is focused on connecting people through the things they find interesting.
Google will reportedly unveil <a href="http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9224083/Google_may_be_working_on_computerized_eyeglasses">computerized eye glasses</a> by the end of the year.
Just months after Twitter and Google failed to reach an agreement for Realtime Search, the microblogging site has inked a deal with Russian search engine firm Yandex.
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