Amazon.com may be one of the largest online retailers in the world, but it apparently doesn't want to risk the ire of the world's top social networks.
Stories by Sharon Gaudin
Things are getting a bit heated between two of the largest Internet companies as they spar over users' data.
Everyone at Google is getting a nice raise. Well, almost everyone.
Long the also-ran in the search market, Ask.com announced on Tuesday that it is getting out of the search business.
Novell today took the wraps off a beta version of Novell Vibe -- its new social collaboration.
Before you make an appointment with your eye doctor, it's not your eyes. It's Facebook.
If you were one of the many people hoping for a Facebook phone, sorry. That's not happening.
Ravi Simhambhatla, CIO of Virgin America One airline is flying into the cloud to use its new e-mail system.
Google CEO Eric Schmidt is getting a lot of attention lately, not so much for the company's ubiquitous search engine or any of the company's other products. It's more for what Schmidt has been saying about privacy.
Being online is making Americans feel more connected but they're actually seeing friends face-to-face less often.
Think those young workers, fresh out of college, all shiny and idealistic are driving the use of social networking at your company?
Intel Tuesday announced plans to invest between $6 billion and $8 billion to upgrade multiple computer chip manufacturing plants in the U.S., and to build a new facility in Oregon.
Microsoft advanced its partnership with Facebook this week, a move that could be the biggest threat to Google's search standing yet.
Watch out, Facebook.
Microsoft and Facebook announced Wednesday that they're teaming up to make search more social.