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Donations to WikiLeaks since January have only been enough to cover expenditures in essential infrastructure, such as servers, according to a transparency report.
Yahoo may have just spent more than $1 billion to add Tumblr to its portfolio, but changes to Flickr grabbed much of the focus at a Monday afternoon press briefing.
The executive producer of show Breaking Bad says part of its success is due to Netflix, because the service makes watching easier for fans.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation has resumed accepting bitcoins donations, saying some of the legal ambiguity around the virtual currency has disappeared.
There's now $45 million a day being traded on the Bitcoin network, or $16 billion a year, and the volume of activity is accelerating.
A little-known feature on a big-name site will tell you when and how you can watch your favorite flicks.
Swedish top-level domain administrator .SE has to its surprise become directly involved in the local Prosecution Authority's court case to seize thepiratebay.se and piratebay.se, but it hopes to explain to the court that forcing domain names off the Internet does not help.
John asked why one Web page "comes up right away, while another takes quite a long time to load."
A German online copyright law that will give publishers the exclusive right to the commercial use of their publications on the Internet will come into effect on Aug. 1.
Google CEO Larry Page held court at the end of the Google I/O keynote and even answered questions. Here's a complete transcript.
Searching Google is a quick way to find information, but more advanced functions can help users find more helpful information faster.
Internet traffic in and out of war-torn Syria has been restored after a disruption of nearly eight and a half hours, according to Internet traffic charts.
Internet traffic to and from Syria, a country engulfed by civil war, again came to a halt on Wednesday, according to Internet monitoring company Renesys.