More details on the Google/Firefox deal emerge, big numbers involved

Following Mozilla's announcement that Google would remain as their default search engine, details have emerged that the new deal is considerably more lucrative than before.

Study: 60 percent of students won’t attend a college without Wi-Fi services

While many colleges are attempting to keep up with current technological trends and advances, college students are becoming more picky when it comes to Wi-Fi access on campus.

Comscore: Bing almost even with Yahoo in search rankings

It's been two and a half years since Microsoft birthed Bing, and according to Comscore, Microsoft's search engine is finally on the cusp of pulling even with Yahoo.

Yahoo awarded $610 million in judgment against spammers

A judgment against spammers who ran a fake Yahoo lottery scheme inolving more than 11.6 million emails has resulted in the web company being awarded more than $610 million.

How Facebook’s Open Graph could mold the news business

An early look shows that Open Graph is good for news sites, but what are the implications of relying on Facebook's sharing tools?

And the bidding for Yahoo begins

Reports have Silver Lake partners partnering with Microsoft and Andreessen Horowitz to buy a minority stake in Yahoo for as much as $3 billion. But can Yahoo be saved?

Federal judge orders Google, Facebook to “de-index” 700 domain names

In a move likely to send counterfeit product sites scrambling for new homes on the Internet, a federal judge has ordered in favor of a fashion company seeking to protect the brand.

Microsoft is officially looking into buying Yahoo

Yahoo and Microsoft sign a nondisclosure agreement, Microsoft officially looking into purchasing the aging internet company.

Yahoo’s iconic neon billboard in SF to be torn down

The yellow and purple neon lights of Yahoo's iconic San Francisco, California, billboard will soon be shut off for good.

Internet titans fight SOPA with full-page NY Times ad [updated]

Internet giants have taken to the pages of The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and the Washington Times, to fight back against SOPA, the Internet censorship bill.

Eric Schmidt: Google not ‘dominant’ in search; Apple’s Siri a ‘threat’

In an attempt to ward off the gnashing teeth of the law, Google Chairman Eric Schmidt has denied accusations by the Senate antitrust committee that the Internet giant is "overwhelmingly dominant" in search, and assured that Apple's Siri…

Livestand takes on Flipboard: Our hands-on analysis

We go hands-on with Flipboard and new challenger Livestand to see which will hold our tablet-reading attention.