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Microsoft introduced a new campaign for Bing earlier this morning that features a new slogan for the company's search engine. Until now, Microsoft referred...

I've been following the heated discussion around the license agreement for Apple's new iBooks Author tool that lets budding publishers create their own iBooks for...

In its earnings release and, of course, on Google+, Google just announced that its social network now has more than 90 million users. That's...

The Google+ team just announced that it has launched the ability for Google+ users to record video status updates. The service, of course, already...

In the world of large online communities, Reddit ranks among the largest, most active sites today. Right now, however, all of Reddit's users have...

Color - just saying the name of it quickly became enough to get people to laugh about what was, without doubt, one of the...

Among the sites that have decided to take their services down completely in protest of the U.S. government's proposed "anti-piracy" bills SOPA and PIPA,...

With the start of the SOPA blackout on many major sites just hours away, a number of additional companies have now joined major sites...

Google just added auto-completion for hashtags on its growing social network Google+. Google developer advocate Chris Messina notes that this will "make it even...

When it comes to social networks, one argument that is often raised against them is that they encapsulate their users in a safe network...

Online metrics company comScore just released its monthly rankings of U.S. video properties. As usual, Google's YouTube remains far ahead of the competition with...

Good morning. Yesterday's tech news was, for the most part, overshadowed by the launch of PandoDaily, Sarah Lacy's new tech blog that will be...

A nifty little undisclosed Google service made the rounds on the Internet today. By going to a specific website, Google would give you a...

PandoDaily, Sarah Lacy's "TechCrunch 2.0" tech blog, launched today with a cast of familiar writers (Mike Arrington, MG Siegler, Paul Carr and Slate' Farhad...

Quite a few websites, including big ones like Wikipedia, are joining together on Wednesday to protest the U.S.'s planned Stop Online Piracy Act. What looks...

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