Computer hackers traced to China carried out an advanced cyberespionage attack against one of America’s most elite foreign policy web groups – the website of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR).
These days, a lot of money and work in Silicon Valley goes into building mundane things like sharing apps and social games.
Kim Dotcom is all set to launch his MegaUpload replacement, Mega, next month.
Massive act of censorship sees alternative media pages disappeared
Top early-stage venture-capital firm Andreessen Horowitz is sooo over traditional audience metrics.
One of Britain's leading inventors has warned that a 'Google generation' who rely on the internet for everything are in danger of becoming 'brain-dead'.
A blogger who retaliated against a New York newspaper that came under fire for identifying people with gun licenses in its circulation area explained on Thursday why he published the names and home addresses of the paper’s employees.
There was little about Sattar Beheshti that made him stand out in a working-class suburb south of Tehran called Robat Karim.
Internet protocol (IP) addresses associated with several major Hollywood studios were recently logged using bittorrent networks to share films created by rival studios, according to a report on peer-to-peer blog TorrentFreak.
Instagram is facing a class-action lawsuit in a San Francisco court over privacy concerns.
Peter Kirstein is the man who put the Queen of England on the internet. In 1976.
Chris Goodroe doesn’t do Facebook, and he doesn’t do Twitter. Online socializing isn’t his thing.
The chemical-sniffing setup will send data to the Web so doctors and patients can get a better sense of what causes attacks.
Facebook Gifts rolled out after a two-month beta last week, seamlessly melding social with shopping.
Earlier today a video leaked via Reddit of a UPS driver stealing a package from the front porch of a home.
Fu Manchu moustaches seem more popular among Asian people in movies than in real life, but that didn't stop an app called "Make Me Asian" from making them an essential part of the app's photo transformation.
If you need to test Wi-Fi signals on an airplane, Boeing has discovered potatoes are a secret to success.
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The world in which we live in has grown smaller since the advent of social media.
Remember MySpace Tom – Tom Anderson, the cofounder of MySpace, who was everyone's first friend on the site?
YourAnonNews, a Twitter account used by members of Anonymous to relay messages pertinent to the hacktivist movement, has been suspended.
After days of a social media blackout following Friday's national tragedy, in which a school shooting left 20 students and seven adults dead, the NRA is back on Facebook and Twitter.
Despite the fact that the mainstream media got key facts wrong in early reporting
British authorities opted not to charge a computer hacker who waged a decade-long struggle to avoid a trial in the United States over accusations that he broke into military computers. The hacker was accused of one of the largest breaches
Amazon is more serious about the ad business than previously believed: The e-commerce giant has reportedly just built a lightning-fast platform to deliver highly targeted ads to shoppers who leave Amazon’s virtual selection to peruse other sites.
The NRA touted the popularity of its Facebook page just this past Thursday. Now the page is gone.
For a short period of time on Friday, as media outlets scrambled to get information about the Sandy Hook shooting, the wrong man was accused of murder.
Hacktivists with the Anonymous movement and other online groups have waged a war on the Westboro Baptist Church following news that the group plans to demonstrate on the site of the Shady Hook Elementary School massacre.
A number of companies providing "virtual private network" (VPN) services to users in China say the new system is able to "learn, discover and block" the encrypted communications methods used by a number of different VPN systems.