A family in Woodstock, who just lost their home of 20 years to foreclosure and are preparing to move out, lost even more on Wednesday.
Zynga is officially in the gambling business!
Google Maps has officially stepped into what may be its most difficult challenge yet — mapping the alleys, ledges and trails of the world unreachable by Street View’s cars, tricycles and snowmobiles.
Under the rubric of combating international terrorism, the United Nations is calling for pervasive and widespread internet surveillance, Declan McCullagh reported on Monday.
When explaining Facebook's Q3 earnings, which showed an accelerated advertising revenue, COO Sheryl Sandberg made an argument to investors that advertising on Facebook was better than advertising on television.
A dash of algebra on wireless networks promises to boost bandwidth tenfold, without new infrastructure.
We've seen Congress legislation of the week is SOPA, PIPA, CISPA, the Executive Orders and now the UN's run on "cyberterrorism". Those creative distratctions are all leading away from the mother of Brave New World longterm strategy seated.
U.S.-funded programs to beat back online censorship are increasingly finding a ready audience in repressive countries, with more than 1 million people a day using online tools to get past extensive blocking programs and government surveillance.
Wi-Fi light bulbs are almost here. Plug them in to an ordinary light socket. Fire up the Wi-Fi device that comes with them. Grab the app.
Ron Paul's Texas Straight Talk 10/22/12: Internet Freedom is Vital for Human Freedom
How Fear of Cyber Attack Could Take Down Your Liberties and the Constitution
The ability to be able to predict what will happen in a survival situation is an important part of being prepared.
The Swiss daily Tribune de Geneve said Friday it had its Facebook account blocked by the social networking giant after publishing an explicit image of a woman’s genitals.
With Friends Like This: Texas Woman Charged With Publishing Picture of Undercover Officer Found On His Facebook Page
AOL's problem is it largely depends on two declining sources of traffic, people who use AOL to get online and Web-based AOL.com email users.
Photos from the Tumblr "Cats That Look Like Pinup Girls" have been making the rounds on the internet...
Shares Dive After Premature Report Shows Third-Quarter Profit Sliding 20%
Twitter has for the first time blocked an account using a new tool that allows it to bar content in individual countries, shutting out a banned German neo-Nazi group at the behest of local authorities.
George Takei--an actor some of you may recognize from the original Star Trek series, has a knack for posting viral photos on Facebook.
Newsweek will cease print publication at the end of the year, turning to an all-digital tablet-and browser-based format in hopes of rebuilding its readership.
They’ve been indicted by the U.S. government for conspiracy and briefly thrown in jail, but Kim Dotcom and his partners in the digital storage locker Megaupload have no intention of quitting the online marketplace.
Security is not just about strong encryption, good anti-virus software, or techniques like two-factor authentication. It’s also about the “fuzzy” things … involving people.
His bed of choice is a remarkable piece of custom Swedish craftsmanship made by a company called Hästens.
The Pirate Bay has grown tired of government agents raiding its data treasure trove and is smuggling away all its booty to the cloud. Pirate Bay is moving its entire operation to multiple cloud hosting providers to spread out its resources and thus
Google is opening a virtual window into the secretive data centers that serve as its nerve center.
New numbers support speculation that the shrinking print advertising industry will fall behind its fast-rising digital counterpart.
Despite numerous media outlets attempting to downplay the issue, Twitter exploded last night following the debate with new threats from Obama supporters to assassinate Mitt Romney if he defeats Obama in the presidential race.
A tech startup that connects taxi drivers and passengers said Tuesday it was pulling its app out of New York City after a prolonged fight with city officials.
A new interactive website shows a phylogenetic tree of everything, as zoomable as Google Earth.
The internet power house stands by its decision to track user activity across various services for targeted advertising.