President Obama will participate in a Google Plus Hangout on Thursday to answer questions about his State of the Union address.
Microsoft is going on the offensive against the world’s most popular e-mail service, starting a multimillion dollar advertising blitz that questions the way Gmail works.
If you have too many passwords to remember or, worse, if you use the same one across every website, Google might have the answer for you.
Google is looking for a new logo. It’s just for a day, but one creative kid will get his or her artwork displayed on the search homepage for all to see.
The iPhone’s much-maligned Apple Maps app can take a backseat to Google’s version once again.
We “Googled” an incredible 1.2 trillion times this year.
Security experts say Google has a lot more more work to do when it comes to keeping harmful software out of it smartphones and tablets.
A Philadelphia woman is suing Google over emails she sent to a friend’s Gmail account that spawned content-related ads.
The move to iOS 6 took the YouTube button off your iPhone – so if you want to watch videos on the channel, you’ll have to download the app.
From the state that houses the headquarters for Google, which consequently allows you to search for information about anyone and anything, comes a new law in the governing of your internet information.
Web browsers like Internet Explorer and Chrome promise to protect your privacy with a “Do Not Track” button that’s supposed to keep advertisers at bay. But so far, they’re empty promises.
Sony and Samsung took the wraps off some drool-inducing products at a big tech show in Berlin, Germany.
With back-to-school time quickly approaching, we’re taking a look at some tech items for your student that won’t break the bank.
On stage at Google’s event in San Francisco, co-founder Sergey Brin showed off Google Glass, with skydivers streaming live video and audio from the glasses as they jumped to the venue roof.
Chris discusses Michael Nutter being named President of the Conference of Mayors, an Eagles edition of Angry Birds, Mitt Romney’s chances in blue states and the high rate of teen unemployment. He also talks to Nicole Wallace about her book, It’s Classified, and her role on the McCain/Palin campaign team in 2008.