The rumored new Chromebooks from Google reportedly will begin shipping by the end of 2012.
The fallout over the very public failure of Apple’s Maps app is continuing, with the company firing Richard Williamson, who managed the mapping group.
As small businesses turn to social networks to boost their businesses, consultants are offering their services to help SMBs navigate the media landscape.
The OS War is Going to Heat Up, and it isn’t just Apple versus Microsoft
Google has jumped headfirst into the debate surrounding an upcoming United Nations telecommunications summit, launching a campaign Tuesday to encourage Web users to sign a petition advocating for a “free and open Web,” while at the same time decrying the conference as a “closed-door meeting,” involving proposals from world governments to “increase censorship and regulate the Internet.”