NASA will host its first live Google+ Hangout with the International Space Station soon, giving citizens a glimpse of life 240 miles above the Earth.
Computer security firm Kaspersky Lab made a major blunder with its latest anti-virus update, which blocked Windows XP users from accessing the internet.
The US Federal Reserve had admitted that hackers stole personal information from its servers during a hack that could affect as many as 4,000 bank executives.
Google has released a panoramic view of the Grand Canyon, giving people throughout the world a glimpse of a whopping 75 miles of trails and roads at the iconic location.
CBS has replied to an injunction prohibiting any of its subsidiaries from reporting on P2P technology. CBS is arguing that their site, namely CNET, has the right to report about a technology without it necessarily being an endorsement of such.
Facebook has apologised for banning a user from its social network after he posted a photograph depicting a married gay couple, which had been labelled as “offensive” by homophobes.
The Wikimedia Foundation recently announced they would be moving their main operations to Ashburn, Virginia. Currently headquartered in Tampa, Florida, Wikimedia says the move will help them improve the site and offer greater reliability to its users.
Kim Dotcom, founder of the now defunct Megaupload.com, has just launched a new creation called ‘Mega’. The new cloud-based storage site comes with military grade encryption and supposedly the most secure storage site going.
Facebook is letting users of its iPhone app make calls in the US for free over Wi-Fi or cellular networks, and is planning to roll out the feature for Android and BlackBerry.
Reddit could be the new way to be noticed by the movie industry, after a time travel short story posted in a Reddit thread was spotted by Hollywood executives and will now become a full feature movie.
A US software developer outsourced his job to China for just a fraction of his salary while he spent his days lazing about browsing the internet.
Oracle has issued a patch that fixes a major vulnerability in Java 7, which could let hackers access a user's system.
Two British men charged with hacking into servers owned by Sony Music Entertainment and making off with a whopping 8,000 files, including numerous unreleased Michael Jackson tracks, managed to escape a prison sentence and get community service instead.
The Internet Archive is a massive on-going project to store everything that has been on the Internet and what is being added daily. Using the Wayback Machine site, you can travel back in Internet time to see what the web looked like as far back as 1996 and let me tell you – there is
Google is offering free public Wi-Fi access in a neighbourhood of Manhattan, New York City, as part of a major redevelopment project in the area.
A Chinese man hired digital assassins to kill his son's player character in an online game in efforts to get him to stop gaming so much, according to a report by The Telegraph.
We all would like to think that the sites we visit the most respect our privacy and wouldn't share that information with other people. Unfortunately that is pretty much a pipe dream as even the most popular web sites on the Internet have been found to share just about everything you do with anyone who
I can understand a little bit of teenage rebellion when it comes to trying to buck parents and their rules but I think these two teenage girls might have carried that idea just a little too far.
A remote island in the South Atlantic Ocean has pleaded with the UK government to provide funding for it to connect to the internet via a submarine cable.
A leading consumer behavior research group’s recent study shows that the Internet connected HDTV is rarely used for Internet surfing.