Amazon.com is well into the second day of trying to fix a cloud outage that has partially disabled or knocked out popular Web sites like Quora, Foursquare and Reddit.
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Suddenly TweetDeck is a hot commodity.
PC sales in the first quarter of this year suffered, and analysts are placing the blame on the tablet market and the disaster in Japan.
Watch out Twitter. You might have some competition coming.
Could a few 7-year-old emails slice off as much as half of Mark Zuckerberg's stake in Facebook -- and the fortune he has earned from that stake?
This is a big day for NASA and space buffs around the world, who are clebrating two major anniversaries.
YouTube is expanding its video offerings, launching a live-streaming service to complement its catalog of recorded videos.
Wasting no time, Larry Page, who became Google's CEO on Monday, quickly moved to shake up the Internet company's top management.
Google's new CEO is making one thing clear - he'll be honing the company's focus in on social networking.
Facebook's start-up days are long behind it.
Google's YouTube site is in the midst of an overhaul, according to a Wall Street Journal report Wednesday.
Intel may have made it to a 32-nanometer build process first, but rival Advanced Micro Devices has followed suit and is looking to make up some ground.
The disaster in Japan may be a boost to worldwide semiconductor revenue, according to analysts.
No other disaster has hurt the worldwide computer chip industry more than last month's earthquake and tsunami in Japan, according to analysts.
Have you started looking forward to controlling your Google Gmail account with body movements?