Brendan Eich steps down following calls for his ouster over his support for California's anti-gay marriage Proposition 8.
In Austin, Texas, bystanders photograph and film an arrest made by officers of a jogging woman, who claims she couldn't hear the policemen because she was wearing earbuds. The arrest, for alleged jaywalking, appears to some excessive.
The sprightly and fast-talking Facebook chief has a penchant for the contentious.
To celebrate the Fourth of July, Google's doodlers let you travel with some animated dogs across America's fine land.
The 500px photo app is reportedly removed from the App Store, allegedly because its photo-sharing capabilities mean that you might search for and find naked bodies.
The Web is up in arms and pointing fingers about a Street View shot of a prostrate beast of burden somewhere in Botswana. Google says it takes the safety of donkeys "very seriously."
Telecoms summit grinds to halt after China and Algeria object to human rights language, an interruption that follows a vote to give a U.N. agency a more "active" role in shaping the Internet.
Some get upset about Google celebrating a labor activist and all around good Christian on Easter Sunday. But where were they last Easter, when there was no doodle at all?
As violence erupts over controversial video, YouTube's options boil down to bad and worse.
Before installation, the new Twitter video-sharing app now asks users to attest that they are at least 17 years old.