Twitter sues U.S. Justice Dept for right to reveal surveillance requests

Twitter Inc has sued the U.S. Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation seeking the right to provide more specifics about the extent of U.S. government surveillance and requests for information from federal agencies.

Governments pressurise Google for more user information
Governments pressurise Google for more user information

Google Inc said it was facing increasing pressure from governments around the world to reveal user information in criminal investigations amid ongoing revelations about national surveillance programs.

How Facebook avoided Google`s fate in talent poaching lawsuit

Facebook Inc emerged as one of the biggest Silicon Valley companies to have resisted rivals` entreaties to stop poaching each other`s employees.

Internet titans shine light on secret US requests

Internet titans eager to regain the trust of users for the first time on Monday provided insight into numbers of secret requests for user data made by the US government.

Google adds Top Gear test track to Street View

Google has reportedly added the famous Top Gear test track to its virtual mapping service, Street View.

Amazon tops malware-hosting servers ahead of Google, GoDaddy

Amazon web services have become the biggest malware server in the world along with GoDaddy and Google, a new report revealed.

Google making sugar-sensing contact lens for diabetics

The Google lab known for working on unusual projects like self-driving cars is crafting a contact lens that could help diabetics manage blood sugar levels.

Google appeals French fine as data privacy row continues

Google said Wednesday it had appealed a decision by France`s data protection watchdog to fine the US giant 150,000 euros ($204,000) -- the maximum possible -- for failing to comply with its privacy guidelines.

YouTube rolls out new tool for managing comments

YouTube has reportedly rolled out a new tool for users to manage comments on the video site by allowing video creators a central inbox for all the comments their content receive.

France fines Google over data privacy

France`s data protection watchdog has fined Google 150,000 euros after the U.S. search engine ignored a three-month ultimatum to bring its practices on tracking and storing user information in line with local law.

Don`t intend to make voter registration tool for India: Google

Internet giant Google today said it does not intend to make voter registration tool for India and has only made suggestions to the Election Commission of India (ECI) on improving such a tool.

Soon, use physical tokens as passwords for Google, Facebook!

Google and Facebook are reportedly working on password systems that would involve inserting physical tokens in computers providing better security to users.

Google confirms Paleo as hottest diet of 2013

Google trends annual Zeitgeist list has confirmed that Paleo diet was 2013`s most searched diet.

Google celebrates New Year 2014 with a glitzy doodle

Search engine giant Google is celebrating New Year`s day with an animated doodle on its homepage.

Google wishes happy holidays to users with doodle

Today is Christmas Eve and Google is celebrating the holiday season with a doodle on its homepage.

Google releases top trending searches in India for 2013

Google Inc has released its annual Zeitgeist compilation for 2013.

Google Zeitgeist 2013: Mandela tops global top 10 search list

Nelson Mandela topped Google`s list of the hottest searches for 2013 as the Internet giant on Tuesday provided a look at the "spirit of the times" online.

YouTube Rewind: Top video lists of 2013

As 2013 comes to a close, video-sharing website YouTube has compiled the top trending videos’ playlists for the year.

Google let users create their own Street View experience

Internet giant Google Inc has launched a new Street View feature for users to build their own Street View experiences.

Tech giants call on US to reform surveillance laws

Eight leading US-based technology companies on Monday called on Washington to overhaul its surveillance laws following the revelations of online eavesdropping from fugitive US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden.