Move over, Rand McNally: Google Earth is becoming the standard tool for organizing geographical information.
The popular photo-sharing website Flickr has made it easy to place pictures on a map--potentially changing Web search, travel, and local news.
Companies are finding ways to stream high-definition TV signals over the Web. Could the technology make low-quality video at sites like YouTube a distant memory?
A new study questions the common assumption that search engines control the hierarchy of the Internet.
How tags exploit the self-interest of individuals to organize the Web for everyone.
The Web portal's head of research discusses the company's new strategy.
An Internet without net neutrality might become as fragmented as U.S. mobile phone networks, say some observers. But history may hold even richer lessons.
New Web-based services don't just store your data online -- they keep it synchronized across your laptop, desktop, and mobile phone.
PayPal's owner, eBay, is taking a long look at Google's new online payment system. It's easy to see why.
Wetpaint and other wiki startups are offering free and easy-to-use tools. But will most consumers really care?