RockMelt could be the realization of the company's efforts to create a more social Web.
The next-generation architecture of Google's Web search service is bigger, faster, and, according to some, shows more real-time results.
New evidence shows the assault resembled a conventional denial-of-service attack.
Could Internet service providers help provide basic privacy services to all users?
Researchers at Black Hat reveal flaws in the infrastructure designed to keep sensitive information secure.
Nearly half of all companies block social networks, although only some recognize the security risks.
The addition of a new Gmail feature illustrates Google's unconventional approach to product development.
DDoS attacks are a symptom of a common illness, albeit with an elusive cure.
The focus will be security, speed and stability--with the Internet as the glue.
Applicants can now receive status updates via the Web or e-mail, or with a text message.