Apple has sacked a hacker it previously hired due to his ability to jailbreak the iPhone, allegedly because he forgot to respond to an email.
Kim Dotcom, creator of Megaupload, is back with his new file hosting service, Mega. Unlike Megaupload, Mega will be safe from raids due to it's "ironclad safe harbors"
Notorious file-sharing website The Pirate Bay has moved to the cloud in order to prevent it from being shut down.
A poorly designed discount code by Electronic Arts led to free games and massive discounts for their online store, over the weekend
British people care more about protecting their profiles and passwords on social networking websites like Facebook than on protecting their bank and credit card details, according to a survey by office supply firm Staples.
A fast, reliable internet connection is something a lot of us just take for granted these days. It's amazing to think that I used to get by with a 56k dialup connection when I was younger (I miss that dial up sound!). There are still many in the world though, for whom this is a
After only a day, Mozilla has taken down the new version of their browser in order to fix a significant security flaw.
After whistleblower site Wikileaks started a donation campaign on their Global Intelligence Files section, the hactivist group Anonymous made a public announcement, demanding the donation page be removed.
Skype is being used by cybercriminals to infect computers and add them to a growing botnet, according to research by security firm Sophos.
You "like" things, but do you really "want" them? Facebook would like to know. The social media heavyweight is testing a feature that lets users create "wish lists" of home furnishings, clothing and other retail products, laying the groundwork for what some believe could be an eventual push into e-commerce.
What is Tor? What is onion? And is there more to the internet than meets the eye? Hidden from view and from public access is the anonymity network known as Tor.
Hackers have left entire cities piled with the bodies of player characters and non-player characters (NPCs) in popular MMO game World of Warcraft.
The official fan website for pop singer Justin Bieber has to fork over a hefty fine after it was revealed that it illegally collected data on underage users.
Facebook has vowed to take action against users of its social network who set up pages that laud and celebrate the actions of criminals.
Republican politicians in the United States have said a Democrat candidate for the state senate is unfit for office because she is a gamer who likes to play popular MMO World of Warcraft.
A woman who operated a scareware operation affecting over a million computers has been fined $163 million by the Federal Trade Commission in the United States.
UK phone and broadband company British Telecom (BT) may be overcharging the taxpayer for the rollout of broadband services to rural areas, it has been revealed.
Notfound.org is hoping to make use of the 404 error pages you stumble across from time to time on the internet, by filling them with missing persons ads.
Facebook has started deleting thousands of fake “likes” on popular pages, according to rankings shared on Pagedata.
Blizzard has launched its fourth expansion for World of Warcraft (WoW), called Mists of Pandaria, which increases the level cap, adds a new continent, new race, new class, and many other additions and improvements to the popular MMO.