Larry Magid’s Hi Tech Reports
Microsoft is releasing more information about its new operating system which is coming out later this year. They have revealed that there are going to be four versions of it, one of them minor.
Facebook’s Instagram acquisition announcement is already touching off protests from some users of the photo-sharing service who are threatening to delete their accounts.
The Major League Baseball season is underway and it appears the league is looking to get more involved in social networking websites this season.
Google has released a video giving us an idea of how its long-rumored augmented reality glasses might work, but will it be a sensory overload?
BlackBerry maker Research in Motion said it had a net loss in the latest quarter because of writedowns for the declining value of its brand and its PlayBook tablet inventory.
Twitter is launching a new advertising program in conjunction with American Express aimed at amplifying the tweets of small businesses.
Just how many of your Facebook friends are really friends? The popular social networking site is now giving users the option of demoting people to acquaintances.
The new iPad was definitely a hot item when it went on sale. But, some people who bought the device think it may be just a bit too hot. The internet has been atwitter the past couple of days with reports that the lower left hand corner of the tablet was noticeably warmer than its predecessor.
A new survey shows the number of text messages teenagers send each day has grown steadily over the past two years, as has the number of teenagers that use texting on a daily basis.
Rumors abound that Google is planning a new approach to web search that hopes to keep you on their site by giving you facts instead of links.