Yahoo's new CEO, Marissa Mayer, was absent from the company's quarterly earnings call on Tuesday, disappointing any analysts who might have been hoping for an early clue about the direction she will chart for the company.
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Yahoo's appointment of longtime Google executive Marissa Mayer as its new CEO is a bet on a strong, competent leader, though one without experience in the company's core businesses, analysts said on Monday.
Skype, a division of Microsoft, confirmed on Monday that a glitch in its software has led to instant messages being shared with unintended parties.
LinkedIn unveiled an expected redesign of its home page on Monday, highlighting a cleaner interface and features intended to make updated content easier to find.
Twitter has issued its first report about the requests it has received from various governments for information about users.
The news-sharing website Digg will be acquired by technology investment firm Betaworks, according to blog posts put out by both companies.
Microsoft has launched Bing Fund, an angel fund with an incubator program that will make Microsoft resources available to startups and potentially provide it with acquisition targets in the future, Microsoft said in a blog post.
The changes Twitter is making to its API policies triggered a wave of protest among its developers, but they might be necessary for the strategy Twitter has laid out for itself to make money and keep growing its service.
EMG Technology has sued Google in US District Court, alleging that Google's Chrome mobile browser infringes a patent EMG holds related to touch Internet navigation.
Facebook has expanded access to its App Center to all users in Australia, Canada, India, Ireland, New Zealand, South Africa and the U.K., the company said Monday.
Yahoo and Facebook have settled a patent dispute, according to a statement Facebook released Friday afternoon.
Twitter will bolster search functionality to automatically complete users' queries and suggest related search terms, among other improvements announced in a blog post on Friday.
Internet experts are divided over whether technology companies will cooperate in the coming decade with repressive regimes that seek to limit or monitor individual Internet use, according to a study released Monday by the Pew Research Center and Elon University.
Thomas Nielsen has stepped down after just eight months as CEO of RealNetworks, the Seattle-based company best known for its RealPlayer multimedia-streaming software.
Twitter released a report on Monday about the user information requests it has received from governments this year and how it responded to them.