Britain's information security watchdog says that Google Inc. has agreed to delete the personal data collected by the company's Street View cars.
Internet users can now take a virtual tour of 20 of Germany's largest cities on Google Inc.'s panoramic Street View program _ but they won't always get a full view.
When Apple released the iPad in April, it set a high bar for tablet computers. The first real competitor has arrived in Samsung's Galaxy Tab.
Google Inc.'s Voice calling application has won approval to be on the iPhone after more than a year of haggling with Apple Inc.
Facebook is revamping its messaging service.
Nearly 15 percent of the world's Internet traffic, including that of many U.S. government and military sites, was briefly redirected through computer servers in China in April, according to a congressional commission report due out this week.
Google Inc. is taking another stab at designing a game-changing mobile phone, this time by including a built-in payment system that could eventually enable the devices to replace credit cards.
Facebook is holding a mysterious event Monday in San Francisco.
You've still got mail _ but AOL is redesigning it from the ground up to be faster and easier to use.