The Web giant will shift some of its focus back on algorithmic search and search advertising with the help of two new initiatives, reports Recode.
With a small screen, an alphanumeric keypad and the simplest features around, the Nokia 220 is a retro wonder. Check out the slideshow for a closer look.
The 6-second video app Vine finally shows up in the Windows Phone app store and is available to download now.
Managers are teasing the relaunch of MySpace, the one-time titan of social networking. The site will apparently be reborn as a media-centric network.
Samsung likely will stick to a design aesthetic that has worked in the past, despite rivals opting to use metal and other premium-feeling materials.
As UC Berkeley students, the co-founders of "Back to the Roots" discovered they could grow mushrooms using recycled coffee grounds. Now their mushroom kit sells at grocery stores across the country.
The minute a strange and wonderful image of a couple kissing in the road during the Vancouver riots emerged on the Web, everyone wanted to know who they were. Their identity seems to have emerged first on Facebook.
The No. 4 search engine aims to combine its question-and-answer model with the insights of its user community.
C:\happy-birthday.exe! Windows is 30, so meet MS-DOS, the quick and dirty cornerstone of Microsoft's software empire.
The protocol will guarantee the authenticity of the mechanism that converts human-friendly Internet addresses to the IP numeric address system.