Google is commemorating the 55th anniversary of the refusal of Rosa Parks to give up her bus seat with a doodle.
Colorado justices play legal Twister to overturn conviction
David Kernell faces the music for 2008 intrusion into candidate's account
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The social news-sharing site has been struggling for months now under the weight of a disastrous site redesign and dwindling user numbers.
Speculation is rampant but Yahoo seems no more in the mood to be acquired than it was back in 2008, when it foolishly spurned a $50 billion offer from Microsoft.
The Lower Merion School District caused a firestorm of protest from parents and privacy advocates when it used laptop spyware to photograph students in their homes.
Just in time for everyone to have become sick of it, Apple lands a trademark for 'There's an app for that' marketing slogan.
As more states ban the practice of texting while driving, research from the insurance industry claims that the bans may actually increase car accidents.
The news aggregator finally acknowledges it needs an editor: You.
Google makes changes to homepage that put a greater emphasis on personalization.
Tweaks to site’s “trending topics” algorithm fail to deter Justin Bieber, Nick Jonas fans.
Perhaps you've seen the headlines: The petabyte will soon need to step aside in favor of the zettabyte for use in describing humankind's ever-expanding yearly output of digital information.
Obstruction of justice and computer fraud convictions could carry hefty jail time.