Home Secretary Theresa May has announced that Gary McKinnon, who was accused of hacking into the Pentagon’s computer network, will not be extradited to the US. The move is due to the risk of McKinnon ending his own life.
The Trove search engine feeds on everything you and your friends have shared.
Businesses are adapting their R&D spending to the idea that innovation can come from anywhere.
Though Google Inc. denies claims that it puts competitors low in its search results, the US Federal Trade Commission isn’t buying it.
Washington is thinking about bringing an antitrust case against Google.
After months of talk, it's finally official: Facebook is testing a "Want" button.
Reader interest in what Marissa Mayer is doing at Yahoo is insanely high.
Defense Secretary Leon Panetta warned the US was facing a “cyber-Pearl Harbor” and was increasingly vulnerable to foreign computer hackers who could dismantle the nation’s power grid, transportation system, financial networks and government.
Showing the promise of "cognitive radio," a rural telecommunications provider is finding a novel way to deliver broadband Internet to consumers.
They're not letting a technicality ruin this one.
Who watches TV, on actual TVs, anymore? Sometimes, it feels like no one.
Amazon.com Inc is producing its own movies and TV programming using the consumer tracking and data crunching skills it developed while becoming the world's largest Internet retailer.
Online versions of college courses are attracting hundreds of thousands of students, millions of dollars in funding, and accolades from university administrators. Is this a fad, or is higher education about to get the overhaul it needs?
We received a phone call Thursday afternoon from a "15-year veteran" of the Army infantry and "close friend" to Ted Daniels, the actual soldier in the helmet-cam video that's gone viral achieving more than 21 million YouTube hits.
So the media went crazy today as the story about Iran's "Secret Service" opening up a website spread across the web like the flu.
Iran’s offshore oil and gas platforms were the targets of the cyber attacks aimed at crippling the country.
WASHINGTON - Government and business interests amid an NIST steering committee nearly uprooted public interest group representations the week NSTIC grants were awarded to contractors to retrofit government issued ID for handheld devices.
“At times, the government has to look at what you have to do to stop an attack — stop it before it happens. Part of our defense has to consider offensive measures.”
Shimon Schocken and Noam Nisan developed a curriculum for their students to build a computer, piece by piece.
Resurrecting 30-year-old mopeds ain’t easy. Even for a whiz mechanic, finding the right parts can be a nightmare and installing the wrong ones can be downright catastrophic.
Trying to match Google's immense index of the Web would be very costly—but Facebook could instead build search on top of the data we've already given it.
Former Sen. Christopher Dodd, now chairman of the Motion Picture Association of America, said the Stop Online Piracy Act and Protect IP Act aren’t going to be floated again in Congress.
Think twice before posting your profile to Facebook.
So it turns out that you don’t need a wallet to buy groceries, at least not in San Francisco.
Some people will tell you that Google and Facebook and Amazon are beside the point.
Think twice the next time you play a videogame or surf the Net: ‘Internet-use disorder’ is set to be added to the list of mental illnesses in the worldwide psychiatric manual.
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An apparent TSA drill scared passengers at Sky Harbor Airport last week.
While Facebook today is an absolute juggernaut, with about one in seven humans on the planet being a "monthly active user," it's almost hard to remember that before November 2007, MySpace was the biggest game in town.