Sweden's statute of limitations laws means prosecutors look set to drop their investigation into assault allegations made against Julian Assange. He's evaded questioning by hiding away in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London, but the story seems far from over.
Hackers and stock traders teamed up to steal unpublished corporate press releases. The culprits then used the information to make illegal trades that earned up to $100 million. Traders even requested specific companies' info from the hackers.
Though not coming anytime soon, the future is looking faster with Verizon testing fiber-based Internet technology that would rival Google Fiber's offering, with 10Gbp download speeds and 2.5Gbps upload.
Hillary Clinton stepped into the ongoing debate over encryption during a town hall in New Hampshire, leaving tech companies wondering about her intentions. She has yet to take a firm stance on either side of the issue.
Google is no longer Google. Founders Larry page and Sergey Brin renamed and restructured the company as Alphabet. Alphabet contains Google, Nest, Google X Labs, Calico, and more businesses. Sundar Pichai is now the CEO of Google.
According to new NYC subway testing data released Monday by Global Wireless Solutions (GWS), riders of the Q train enjoy the best overall data performance, the best mobile data performance, and pretty decent transit wireless Wi-Fi.
The creators of song sharing service This Is My Jam have decided to shut down the service, but instead of simply pulling the plug, the website will become a "read-only time capsule" starting in September.
After more than a year of development, the Electronic Frontier Foundation's recently released Privacy Badger 1.0 extension "blocks some of the sneakiest trackers that try to spy on your Web browsing habits."
Google's already rolled out a kid-friendly version of YouTube, and is known to be interested in launching other child-oriented editions of its most popular Web tools. According to a recent job posting on its site, it looks like Maps could be next.