Your machine could be infected by malware before you even turn it on for the first time, according to investigations from Microsoft's digital crimes division now made public as part of a lawsuit against a man suspected to be responsible for helping to make…
Compass Labs, a social media platform, has released a comparison of the likes and dislikes of Facebook supporters of Mitt Romney and Barack Obama, revealing the unsurprising differences - and very surprising similarities - between the two camps.
ABC has added three series to Netflix's Watch Instantly service, hoping to win over new fans for each show ahead of the upcoming broadcasts of their second season premieres.
Google has placed almost twenty websites owned and operated by the wife, sister and mother of a prominent British politician on a black list after an investigation has found that they have been illegally harvesting other people's content in order to increase…
Celebrated novelist Philip Roth has a problem: Even though he knows the true origins of his book "The Human Stain," Wikipedia refuses to correct its version of events on his say-so alone.
All hail the new fourth-in-command of Internet traffic: Pinterest has unseated Yahoo! as a leading source of online traffic, according to a new report that also shows a drop in traffic referrals across other social sources.
Michelle Obama's keynote speech at last night's Democratic National Convention provoked almost twice as much conversation on Twitter as Mitt Romney's address to the Republican Convention last week. Is there a message in there about who the Internet is more…
After it was claimed that a hacked FBI laptop released one million UDIDs online, the FBI is responding by saying that, not only have its machines remained uncompromised, but it never had any Apple UDIDs to steal in the first place.
What would make Augmented Reality interesting for you once more? What about an app that would let you watch an alien burst out of your friend's chest?
The latest addition to the Angry Birds cast may seem familiar to those who have ever listened to "Bohemian Rhapsody" and felt in awe of the man at the center of the whole thing.
Having successfully dealt with politics in his earlier work, British comedy writer and producer Armando Iannucci is moving on to the Internet for his new project for HBO.