Having a large amount of friends on Facebook leads to more stress, according to a study by the University of Edinburgh's business school.
A greeting card company known as "Oatmeal Studios" is suing the webcomic "The Oatmeal" for infringing on it's trademark, citing that the name is confusingly similar.
On November 22, 2012 the European Parliament passed a resolution condemning the vote by the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) that would allow the organization to usurp power over the Internet.
Finnish police recently conducted a raid against a little 9-year old girl, confiscating her Winnie the Pooh laptop after the family refused to pay a fine for internet piracy charges.
A letter sent to Facebook users on November 21, 2012, it informs the near 1 billion users that the company is looking to remove the ability of users to make or vote on changes to Facebook as it currently stands.
Researchers have developed a body scanning tool that can measure people for more accurate clothes ordering online.
Google has criticised an upcoming United Nations conference on the internet as a threat to free speech online.
If you grew up in the 1990s, you will remember the craze that was Tamagotchi, and those little digital lives are about to get new life thanks to a new line of products and a dedicated website from Bandai.
Apple is testing a new eBay store that sells refurbished products, according to sources close to 9to5Mac.
An Indian woman was arrested for posting a comment on Facebook criticising the government, while a friend of hers was also arrested for simply “liking” the post.
Rapidshare, in an attempt to distance itself from pirates, and perhaps avoid the headaches Megaupload faced, have decided to impose a datacap restriction on their downloads.
Older phone users running Android v2.2 now have available to them an updated version of Firefox. Mozilla says the update for the open source web browser was made to support a large list of ARM v6 hardware that is on a lot of popular but older model phones.
Amazon has unveiled its Black Friday Lightning Deals running all week through 24 November, with up to 70 percent off select items, including electronics, toys, clothing, DVDs, and books.
Researchers have discovered a way to improve speeds on congested Wi-Fi networks by as much as 700 percent, potentially revolutionising crowded public hotspots.
Skype has fixed a vulnerability in its Voice-over-IP (VoIP) service that allowed hackers to take over accounts using the password reset feature.
Google has released its latest transparency report, revealing that government surveillance is on the increase, with the United States making the most requests by far for data on users.
Millionaire software developer John McAfee is currently in hiding from the police in the country of Belize. He is wanted in questioning concerning the shooting and murder of a fifty-two year old man by the name Gregory Viant Faull.
Google has updated its Maps app for Android devices to include the interiors of many stores, helping consumers more easily navigate their way around this holiday season.
Google's music streaming and cloud storage service is becoming available in Europe, and has now rolled out in a number of European countries.
Tencent announced an end to the "money burning" stage as its new video platform starts turning a profit. Now competing against the Youku and Tudou merger, Tencent Video has some advantages that sets it apart.