Google is being told to share what it came to find out as it set up its “Street View” mapping service.
An increasingly rapid shift by Americans from pulp books to e-books is creating major financial issues for Borders books.
Google has fired a new salvo as it seeks to grab a larger slice of the computer market that’s in the tight grip of Microsoft and Apple.
Viacom and YouTube are at it again — legally.
The rumor mill is buzzing over today’s planned Google press conference, one day after the company launched its digital book store online.
Holiday shopping in malls and in cyberspace is in full swing following Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the biggest online shopping day of the year.
A deal is apparently near for Google to purchase the pioneering online discounter Groupon.
The Feds are taking a close look at Google’s “Street View” — and it isn’t to see if they can find their neighbors’ homes.
Microsoft is launching what it hopes will be a new, more successful era in smartphones.
It’s rough everywhere else, but not in the technology world! It’s good to work for Google.