The microblogging site offers more information on its data collection habits and promises to support Do Not Track.
The court ordered a summit Monday intended to hash out the companies' differences and try to end their international patent wars.
Lawyers have filed a "groundbreaking digital-privacy rights case" against Facebook that seeks damages for privacy violations considered to have "significant legal and business implications."
Simon & Schuster becomes the latest publisher to settle an antitrust claim by a team of states, while Macmillan, Penguin, and Apple fight on.
The results were surprising even to the researchers who conducted the study.
Asia/Pacific region fuels decline, says Gartner
Mozilla's new beta version of Firefox for Android supports over 70 smartphones.
The complaint says that Jobs was enlisted to sell high-ranking officials in the publisher’s parent company on the wisdom of the proposed pricing scheme.
Siri flip-flops on "best smartphone" question.
The carrier refuses to comply with an order to allow a peek at the personal information of alleged e-book pirates.
The infected web page used to distribute the malware was discovered in a number of Russian domains.
The social network appears to be testing fees for highlighting status updates, in what could be a sign of charges to come.
Account information for 50K Twitter users were posted online, but most of the private account data is garbage, experts say.
The partial verdict jurors reached was just the end of round one in a three-round bout between Google and Oracle.