After rumors of new ‘Facebook Phone’ getting ready to take on other smartphones in the market, Facebook finally on Monday released an official statement, debunking rumors, saying it has no plans to develop such a device.
Does the smartphone you're carrying perk up your chances of attracting the opposite sex? Well, it might if you are an iPhone user.
Google Inc. on Wednesday announced via a statement that it is shutting down its innovative online software application Google Wave due to its failure to generate interest among users.
Did Google Inc. anticipate its smartphone, Nexus One, to die down so soon? Definitely not. Six months after launching its much hyped device, aimed at hotting up competition in the U.S. market, the internet search giant has called it quits.
Attaining half-a-billion users is an astounding number by any standards, and the world's most popular social networking site, Facebook, seems to have accomplished this feat.
Cablevision Systems Corp., the nation's fifth largest cable operator that offers high speed internet connection agreed to pay more than $1.36 billion for Bresnan Communications, a cable services operator whose owners include the private equity firm Providence Equity Partners.
When Google mimicked the image background resemblance of Bing search engine Thursday, did it anticipate its 'art of the homepage' experiment to fail so miserably? Surely it didn't.
As per a survey conducted by Media for Vision Critical, the "Quit Facebook Day" campaign started by Toronto-based web technologist duo Joseph Dee and Matthew Milan is not as hit among users as was expected.
In a letter sent to Facebook and Google Inc. on Friday, the House of Judiciary Committee has asked both the companies to provide their full cooperation in the ongoing investigations into their websites privacy settings, which off late been the cause of concern for users.