Malicious emails have been sent out disguised as originating from Amazon’s UK branch. The widespread email contains malware, so beware!
A Facebook app called Social Roulette, which has a one in six chance of deleting your Facebook account, was just killed by the social networking giant.
France's Hadopi anti-piracy law, which has seen plenty of controversy since its creation, now looks set to be scrapped after a panel met yesterday to discuss its failures
A new online survey by Microsoft has revealed that less than half of people have taken steps towards ensuring their security and privacy online.
Amazon has launched its virtual currency, the Amazon Coin, with the goal of expanding the sale of their digital content. As a promotion, they’re giving $5 worth of coins to Kindle Fire customers.
The Department of Homeland Security has been issuing warnings against a new wave of cyber attacks aimed at sabotaging US corporations.
A new trojan affecting Facebook users from Brazil, is hijacking accounts while appearing to be a legitimate Google Chrome and Firefox extension.
Passwords are a natural part of our electronic lives, but according to PayPal’s chief information security officer, it’s archaic and will soon be a thing of the past.
NASA has deployed astronauts on an impromptu spacewalk to repair the ISS after discovering a leak two days ago. They are streaming the walk live on UStream.
The FCC has released a proposal that aims to provide faster and more stable Wi-Fi connections while in-flight. That's the good news. The bad news is the ambitious plan won't be ready until 2020, if all goes well.
A new study by Ofcom has found that in the UK, the worst internet pirates on the web are also the biggest spenders when it comes to legitimate content.
A UN agency report has revealed that by next year, there will be more mobile phone subscriptions than there are people on the planet.
Sony has revealed that it never considered requiring an internet connection to use its next-generation gaming console.
BitTorrent Inc. has been working with artists over the past year to promote their work to the more than 170 million users who use their service. Now they’re allowing artists to put their content on BitTorrent and restrict access to it behind a paywall.
Google is currently in the planning stages of bringing their new gigabit Fiber internet to Grandview Missouri.
Electronic Arts has promised fans that the next Sims game, which is due out in 2014, will be single-player with no internet requirement, a not so subtle nod to the problems players faced by the launch of SimCity.
A 20-year-old woman nearly died after spending a mind-boggling 40 hours seated at her computer to play an online game.
The municipal council in Provo, Utah has approved the city's plan to sell their fiber network to Google, but it will come at a price.
Google has won against Apple in a bid for purchasing Wavii, a aggregation technology and natural language processing startup.
Recently, the Twitter accounts for the CBS programs “60 Minutes” and “48 Hours” was taken over by the Syrian Electronic Army hacktivist group. Soon after the hijacks, Twitter quickly shut down the accounts, and now CBS is trying to find out how the group got into the twitter accounts in the first place.