Google is rolling out a new version of its Chrome Beta for Android, adding the built-in translation bar first introduced via the desktop of the browser.
Google is in talks to acquire crowdsourced location services firm Waze for more than $1 billion, setting the stage for a possible bidding war with Facebook, Bloomberg reports.
Microsoft has updated its YouTube video application for Windows Phone a week after receiving a cease-and-desist letter from Google demanding the app's removal.
Nokia cannot afford to lose its nerve now despite calls for a Plan B from some irate shareholders. It needs to keep its focus and not undermine its best efforts.
Matt Beal, CTO of CenturyLink, is leading the telco's move to begin a 1 Gbps fiber to the premises service trial in Omaha. Sean Buckley speaks with Beal about what's driving its 1 Gbps pilot deployment and what the trial means for the telco.
YouTube could bring in $20 billion in sales each year by 2020, analysts at Morgan Stanley wrote in a note to investors this week.
Google is sunsetting its Checkout digital payment processing service in favor of its Google Wallet mobile commerce platform.
Opera Software is rolling out the finalized version of its WebKit-based mobile browser for Google's Android operating system.
AT&T Mobility pledged to offer cellular network support for preloaded video chat applications like Google's new Hangouts by the end of 2013.
Dish Network said Monday that it updated apps for Apple's iPhone and Google Android devices to allow subscribers to view video-on-demand programming. It had previously only offered VOD content through its iPad app.