No one is murdering the dream of an open Internet, says Jennifer Granick, but it's withering away because no one is prioritizing its protection.
Google has refuted demands by the French government to apply last year's ruling by a European high court that required search engines grant the right to be forgotten to all its domains - even those outside the continent.
One study found that men who posted more online photos of themselves than others scored higher on measures of narcissism and psychopathy.
'The Data Drive' is a surrealist alternate-world version of Facebook made out of collaged paper. Though satirical, many feel it's the perfect representation of life online.
With the news that hackers have commandeered vehicles, car companies are bulking up on preventive measures.
Santa Fe Opera will commission an opera about the life of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.
When was the first traffic light installed? Today, 101 years ago, in Cleveland, Ohio.
Sprint posted quarterly earnings Tuesday, showing that it is exceeding analyst expectations and rebuilding its customer base. Is that enough?
A female platform engineer at a San Francisco-based IT company joins the fight against stereotypes in the tech industry.
AT&T is offering DirecTV along with its wireless phone options, now allowing consumers to bring television, Internet, wireless, telephone, and home automation all under one service.
The startup trying to change food unveiled its all-the-nutrition-you-need shake in the pre-bottled and pre-mixed Soylent 2.0
His 40-fruit tree shows the power of grafting – and makes a statement about current 'mono-culture' farming.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has launched an inquiry into the supplier of Fiat Chrysler’s hacked radio systems.
The kid-size robot set out to travel cross-country after successfully hitchhiking across Canada and parts of Europe.
People who use their phones while they walk have modified their behavior, resulting in a more cautious gait, a new study indicates.
Coaches say these video game athletes demonstrate just as much passion and teamwork as traditional athletes.
Current rules are unclear about whether the Kentucky man lawfully defended his family's privacy or illegally destroyed someone's personal property.
Home devices, such as the Amazon Echo, respond to verbal questions and commands. But are such gadgets collecting conversations meant to be left private?
Soon, Facebook will be begin launching drones the size of 737 planes that could provide Internet access to remote parts of the globe.
Alaska Airlines is exploring using passengers’ fingerprints to replace travel documents in a bid to simplify the travel experience and save time.
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