Currencies designed to fix perceived flaws in Bitcoin could lead to competition that makes the idea of digital “cryptocurrency” stick.
Ongoing attack from >90,000 computers is creating a strain on Web hosts, too.
Tech review: The problem with Home is that it offers both more and less of Facebook than many people are likely to want.
We’re all going to die. And when we do, Google wants us to continue controlling our digital selves.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg unveiled a new political action group he is spearheading Thursday to press for reforms in areas including immigration and education.
Every Internet connection has a unique number – known as an Internet Protocol (IP) address – issued by an Internet service provider (ISP) and is almost always registered to a legal name, address, and Tax Identification Number.1
Another Canadian teen’s suicide after months of harassment and circulation of an image of her alleged rape by four boys has reignited concerns over cyberbullying, and led hacker group Anonymous Thursday to call for a new investigation.
Can a booming “crypto-currency” really compete with conventional cash?
Facebook's smartphone launch raises alarms with consumer advocates who worry that more ease for consumers also means less privacy, as Facebook extends its capacity to mine personal data.
Google announced Tuesday that its experimental superfast Internet service will spread to Austin, the Texas home of a South By Southwest festival beloved by technology trendsetters.
The danger represented by North Korea is nothing next to the escalating humor of the caption contests raging all over the internet RIGHT NOW!!
It looks like Google’s super-high-speed internet service is headed for Austin.
After buying a 1992 SC400 to get its suspension for restoring a different car, Murilee Martin set out to make his money back by parting out the 20-year-old luxury car. In this final installment, he sells parts on eBay to see whether it's possible to
WikiLeaks on Monday launched a searchable archive containing 1.7 million US State Department documents from 1973-76 that had been officially declassified but were not easily accessible to the public.
You have until April 15th to file a return - and the IRS will be collecting a lot more than just taxes this year.
Befitting its status as a "classic," George Orwell's 1984 is frequently mentioned by practitioners of the written arts, usually in a context such as, "Reminiscent of Orwell's 1984, the US government today revealed plans for more scanning of .......
Google is now doing a record billion translations on any given day, as much text as you'd find in 1 million books for everything from understanding school lunch menus to gathering national security intelligence. It translates in 65 languages, from Af
Pinterest’s CEO says that crowds of people are better than algorithms at finding content that consumers care about.
The operator of the popular file-sharing service isoHunt is demanding a federal appeals court grant it a jury trial, two weeks after the court declared it a massive copyright scofflaw and said it’s on the hook for what could be millions of dollars in
During his first term, President Barack Obama declared October 2009 to be “National Information Literacy Awareness Month,” emphasizing that, for students, learning to navigate the online world is as important a skill as reading, writing and arithmeti
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Activist hackers appeared Thursday to have infiltrated North Korea’s official news website and its accompanying Twitter and Flickr feeds, posting unflattering images of leader Kim Jong-Un.
Pope Francis’s online flock has doubled from 2.5 million to 5.0 million Twitter followers in just seven weeks — nearly half the time it took his predecessor Benedict XVI to build up his following.
Facebook unveiled its new Android app Facebook Home today. The app takes over your home screen and replaces it with photos, status updates, and comments from your Facebook friends.
The idea seems so obvious once it occurs to you:
As the print industry continues to burn, Newspaper Club is what happens when the internet gets hold of a printing press.
Online shopping might feel just a short step removed from a Star Trek replicator — click a button and the thing you want (eventually) appears.
Here's a leaked render of the HTC First, the so-called "Facebook Phone" that the two companies will use to demonstrate a tweaked Android app called Facebook Home.
Hackers aligned with Anonymous claim to be carrying out numerous cyberattacks against North Korean websites, urging North Korean citizens to rise up against their "oppressive" government.
As suggested above, this is an April Fool’s Joke intended to dramatize what could happen if the Regime — which has indeed confiscated web domains in the past — decided to shut down Defense Distributed.