Whether it is free speech, efficiency in business, live updates on what’s happening in the world, or simply chatting with friends, social media is at the center of a [...]
Google has come out swinging against a United Nations (UN) led effort to decide the future of the open Internet at behind-closed-doors December meeting.
Botnet cheats online advertisers: Chameleon botnet has defrauded online advertisers $6.2 million monthly by generating fake clicks on ads and websites.
Ratters get into computers and, besides stealing private data, records user through the webcam. They proceed to sell or exchange this footage in hacker forums.
YouTube announced it will stop taking submissions as of midnight on April 1 and bunker down for the next 10 years to view all the videos and pick the best one.
Olive Garden receipt debate: On Reddit, a post showing a simple Olive Garden receipt turned into a firestorm.
Google has been an expert prankster on April Fools’ Days for years. From Google Translate for Animals, to Google Fiber, it has kept the spirit of April 1.
Mind meld rats: The brains of two rats—one in Brazil and one in the U.S.—were linked together, according to a new paper.
Gmail “compose” complaints: On Twitter, users expressed their ire over the new pop-out Gmail “compose” feature that Gmail user will have to use.
Tumblr has said Friday afternoon it is dealing with a system-wide crash.
Talk about your tech blunders, customer complaints over Apple’s iOS 6 Maps app opened a window (or porthole) for Google Maps to slip in and torpedo the world’s most valuable [...]
The developers behind “Planetary Annihilation” are making a daring attempt to break real-time strategy (RTS) games from the stale horde of clones that have taken over the genre.