You might just be able to make a federal case out of an employer asking to snoop around your social networking account if a new bill wends its way into becoming law.
Anti-discrimination action has found its way into a new app for iPhone and Android phones launched today.
Have you ever been totally engrossed in a movie on the big screen when all of sudden the guy sitting right next to you starts glowing? He decided to write an opus in text messages on his hand-held small screen. Well, you might need to get used to it.
How do we separate fact from rumor on Twitter, and how do we decide which Tweeters to trust?
SAN FRANCISCO — Google has released the full report of the Federal Communications Commission’s investigation into the data it collected and stored from millions of unknowing households across the nation while operating specially equipped cars for its Street View service.
Yahoo is escalating the hostilities and the stakes in its increasingly acrimonious patent battle with Facebook.
Google’s Zerg Rush is a gift to all of us who believe that not every minute spent at work should be used in productive pursuits.
Dr. Adam Ostrzenski, a semi-retired gynecologist from Florida, made headlines this week when he published a story in the Journal of Sexual Medicine declaring that he had located the elusive G spot — the fabled key to enhancing a woman’s orgasm.
Is Google on the verge of an antitrust showdown with federal regulators?
Picture this: Kindle Fire users finally get to join in the addictive fun of Draw Something.