A developing standard for exchanging social information is being tested by Microsoft, Google, and Facebook.
A Google staff engineer outlines a few of the Web application's next steps.
More than half the data the site currently stores was added in the last year.
An iPhone app helps people inform rescuers of wildlife affected by the Gulf oil spill.
Usage during a recent disaster highlights features that make the service so compelling.
Creator of the popular reading app Marco Arment on how he's managed to avoid angering the New York Times - so far.
An Apple engineer discloses how the company's premier recommendation engine parses millions of iTunes libraries.
A startup aimed at tracking live events on the Web unveils its product.
Facebook promises to respond to user criticism, but it remains to be seen how far the company will go.
Bartz defends her company's direction in a combative interview.