In the latest news concerning Craigslist data-mongering ways, the service strikes its listings from being indexed by general search engines.
Path.to is growing its eHarmony for jobs service, starting with Portland and Seattle, and moving on to other new tech markets.
No computer system is ever safe due to one simple fact: Humans are imperfect.
Another day, another Doodle. Google's latest homepage offering comes in the form of an Olympics-inspired game where you can run the hurdle race.
If you're really stuck for something to do while waiting for a flight, you could always order some essential food items for when you return home. Supermarket giant Tesco has just launched a virtual grocery store at one of the UK's busiest airports where…
What does and doesn't constitute copyright infringement online in terms of social media remains a complicated question with a 7th Circuit court overturning an injunction against a social video company, pushing the idea that users have to take ultimate…
If books started to have expiration dates, would you be more encouraged to finish them at a faster pace? With El Libro Que No Puede Esperar, you'll have just about eight weeks.
For those who can't actually be at the Olympics in London this year, photos and videos have sufficed... but never at this level of detail.
Same-day shipping through eBay is now available for San Francisco residents with the beta launch of the eBay Now iOS app.
It has been revealed that criminals socially engineered Apple tech support into handing over an iCloud password, resulting in a high-profile hack.
An underwater camera inside the pool at the Aquatic Centre has been tweeting some cool pool pics from the London Games.
Web TV isn't just for amateurs and aspiring filmmakers. Jerry Seinfeld, Larry King, Ricky Gervais and many more celebrities are trying their hands at making a name for themselves outside of the terrestrial airwaves that granted them fame.