Facebook's new million-dollar video ads have been pushed back until later this year because the social network wants to incorporate more features.
Google settled a shareholder lawsuit and cleared the way for a stock split later this year.
Our search for social approval leads us to post embarrassing or scandalous photos, according to experts.
Google announces that it's working on tagging child sex abuse images in databases for law enforcement and other agencies to detect.
One analyst says Apple's 575 million iTunes accounts means that an average of 500,000 accounts were created per day since 2009.
The new version of Android could be a simpler, faster operating system that will speed up older Android phones so they can be sold in emerging markets, a report says.
A report says that Apple is readying a $99 iPhone in six colors, as well as a "phablet" or iPhones with 4.7- or 5.7-inch screens.
The search titan earns $8.85 billion out of the $15.82 billion spent on all mobile ads.
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg took 30 minutes of questions from angry investors at the social network's first annual shareholders meeting.
In the ongoing U.S. vs. Apple anti-trust trial, Apple admits to controlling 20 percent of the e-book market.