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So what exactly takes place during a webcam abortion? During this process, which Planned Parenthood refers to as “telemedicine” or “telehealth”, a woman merely chats with a doctor over the Internet.
About 37 percent of Americans ages 12 to 17 tap the Internet using a smartphone, up sharply in just a year, according to a 2012 Pew survey released on Wednesday.
The Pentagon’s Cyber Command will create 13 offensive teams by the fall of 2015 to help defend the nation against major computer attacks from abroad, Gen. Keith Alexander testified to Congress on Tuesday, a rare acknowledgment of the military’s abili
In one of the more surreal discussions at SXSW, Kim Dotcom, the notorious founder of Megaupload, spoke to an audience via Skype on Monday afternoon, appearing in front of an all-black background and in all-black clothes that gave him the floating-hea
Another nail in the coffin for Facebook privacy: An algorithm can accurately predict your demographic info, political preferences, and more, just by looking at your "likes."
The world’s largest search engine is now experimenting with jewelry that would eliminate the need to remember dozens of passwords.
...described the best types of bombs to use on hackers to be "Global selective strike systems e.g. penetrating bomber, submarines with long range cruise missiles, Conventional Prompt Global Strike, survivable national and combatant command,"
The Bitcoin market is booming.
Smartphones, tablets, and wireless data plans are already a trillion-dollar business. It’s just the beginning.
Quite a lot, apparently. But do you really want to look at nudie pics on a 6-inch, electrophoretic, black-and-white screen?
Roku today introduced the new Roku 3 set-top box, and it promises to be the best streamer on the market.
Chavez responded to the fall of Tripoli like this: “We must stop the unleashed imperial madness! World, good world, humane world, do not be overwhelmed by the barbarism!”
The average person is only aware of a fraction of the Internet.
Researchers calculate the potential of using graphene for ultrafast wireless communications.
Facebook isn't as popular as it used to be, especially among teens.
With its new array of online options for viewing media — not to mention the increasing amount of original content created for online audiences — the internet has become a disruptive influence on the traditional television business, plain and simple.
US copyright holders like the RIAA and MPAA have a new weapon to battle piracy. Read on to find out what it is, how it works, and whether you should be scared to snag a torrent of this week's episode of Justified.
DHS could execute communications shutdown for entire cities
The best-looking, simplest Wi-Fi hotspot we've ever tested also carries a dose of good karma.
Mobile computers are spreading faster than any other consumer technology in history.
Startup Koozoo wants us to join its streaming video network. I’m not convinced of its widespread utility, though.
Bye bye Walter Cronkite, Brian Williams and Scott Pelley. Hello Google, Yahoo and Drudge.
iCloud, Apple's cloud storage and email service, will delete every email that contains the phrase "barely legal teen," reports Macworld.
Susan Lyne just sent her first memo to the AOL content team. She joined from Gilt Groupe, where she was co-chairperson and formerly, the CEO.
Following threats of increased legal action from a local anti-piracy group, Sweden’s Pirate Party will no longer host the The Pirate Bay, a website it has provided bandwidth to for the last 3 years. Responsibilities of hosting the file-sharing site
The nation's biggest Internet service providers have teamed up to stop their customers from enjoying illicit downloads of their favorite music, TV, and movies, the Wall Street Journal reports.
CrowdStrike says it can help U.S. companies identify the companies that benefit from stolen data.
Kim Dotcom, the German-born internet entrepreneur fighting extradition from New Zealand over US claims of "criminal" copyright infringement, says he plans to launch an end-to-end encrypted email service to go with his Mega encrypted file storage offe
Nevada has beaten their casino rivals from New Jersey to become the first US state to legalize online gambling and open doors to a potential national market of $4 billion to $10 billion per year.