Google rolled out new map data for 10 European countries on Wednesday as part of a drive to expand the coverage of its Ground Truth project, which is working to add even greater to detail to its online maps.
Any fanfare Skype was planning for the launch of its new video messaging feature will likely sound more like a rapidly deflating balloon after details of the feature appeared in its latest terms-of-service update.
In an attempt to save the institution of marriage, a village in eastern India has banned women from using cell phones, believing that that will reduce the number of extra-marital affairs in the community.
It's that time of the year, folks. No, not the holidays – cybersecurity prediction time! Renowned cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Labs has released its predictions for the state of digital security over the coming 12 months. Here's what they're expecting.
The partnership between Verizon and Redbox won't bear fruit as quickly as some had hoped, with Verizon's CEO telling reporters that the service won't launch this month as rumored, but instead at some undisclosed point within the first half of 2013.
Disney has signed away its exclusive TV rights from 2016... to a company that isn't even on television. For three years, Netflix will control the House of Mouse when it comes to small screens everywhere.
Before you go ahead and sync your smartphone photo gallery to your Facebook, consider a few of the privacy and security implications. As the social network makes a dive into the deep end of big data, there are a handful of reasons we need to think twice before…
Even in a worst-case scenario, whatever happens at the UN's ITU conference this week will have little effect on Web users in the United States (at least in the short run). It's the rest of the world that needs to worry.