Google and possibly AOL are jumping on Microsoft's bandwagon, banning IM services to citizens of hostile countries.
New mega-application puts a social-network spin on traditional forms of communication.
The new communication platform could be a good way to share things with only the right people.
You don't have to find underground sites to pick up hacking tools and password stealers; a researcher finds one sitting right out in the open.
From Microsoft Bob to Windows Genuine Advantage, Microsoft has shown a real talent for unfortunate product names. Here are our picks for the worst--along with alternatives that might have worked better.
Just as Twitter Nation celebrates its first official Shorty Awards, so called Twitter clickjacking attacks are crashing the party.
From MySpace and Facebook to Google searches and instant messaging, there are no game-changers in social media.