The social network launches a new feature to remind the media that its 1.15 billion members can serve as sources for stories.
An overhauled version of Firefox for Android could come shortly after January 31--or maybe six weeks later, a stretch in which Apple might sell 26 million iPhones and iPads.
Breaking news or a sudden surge in a search query can reveal a problem for Google: the system used to rank relevant ads can take hours to reach a conclusion.
It's one of the many questions we have leading up to Wednesday's Apple music event. We look at what will happen to the iPod lineup, what's next for iTunes on the Web, and the chances of seeing an improved Apple TV.
Bing now pulls up results that are relevant to a user's location, as well as changing the order of results to prioritize the sites users have already visited after running previous searches.
New and Noteworthy: Google's "relevance" in question; more
Microsoft is now a cloud vendor, but whether it can live in others' clouds may depend on whether it opens up its licensing.
At the Gartner Symposium ITExpo in San Francisco, Symantec CEO John Thompson addresses past failures to innovate and defends Symantec's ability to compete with the Microsoft "monoculture."
MuleSource just went with the CPAL license, which changes little about the company but puts some uncertainty to rest.
Mass Relevance puts Twitter in front of television audiences, boosting the social network's public profile and altering its perception as a place for more than pointless babble.