Yahoo is taking the next step in its effort to make some of its most popular services more appealing and accessible to the growing audience connecting to the Internet on smartphones and tablet computers.
Social news and entertainment website Reddit has suffered a massive distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack.
Yahoo's China arm will shut down its email service later this year, state media reported on Friday, in a move illustrating the brand's diminishing profile in the country.
Until now, my problem with social music services has been this: Following friends doesn't really turn up much music I actually want to hear. We didn't become friends because we share musical tastes, and too few of them are using the services I'm trying out.
The latest YouTube application update for iOS (iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad) is in keeping with the one for Android: users can now enjoy live and streamed videos on their smartphones and tablets.
A new website is creating music videos for new artists by stitching together the six-second video clips that appear on Twitter's video-sharing service Vine.
Internet search engine Google has invited a new feature that would let people to contribute to its Map service.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has unveiled the new search engine, which is a portal to an archive of 1.7 million US diplomatic cables.
Internet search giant Google is facing backlash for changing the way users write emails on Gmail.
Firefox, in its 20th version, has patched 11 potentially catastrophic security flaws, while introducing a few privacy and convenience features for the average user.
Rdio, the music streaming service started by a co-founder of Skype, is getting into video.
The online Google Play store has rolled out access to movies to rent or buy for users in India and Mexico.
Blogging site Tumblr has crossed the 100 million blogs mark, with those blogs containing over 4.6 billion posts.
A breaking report claims that music streaming service Spotify is set to start creating its own unique video content as a means of competing with services such as Netflix and as a way to gain more control of licensing deals with existing content providers.