Facebook is reportedly close to introducing a 'like' button, which would let users flag third-party content. That would put Facebook head-to-head with popular sites such as Digg.
Haystack, an encryption software custom made to help the Iranian opposition evade official attempts to censor the Internet, is giving some regime opponents hope of organizing and making progress online.
But many education reformers see the Crist veto in Florida as just a temporary setback in their quest to improve teaching and teacher compensation.
Voters are sizing up the field in the Alaska governor's race. Do they want a break from Sarah Palin's policies, or just her polarizing style?
In the South Park Facebook episode, called 'You Have Zero Friends,' Trey Parker and Matt Stone tee off on the popular website and applications such as FarmVille.
Tiger who? The main attraction of the Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club could be the eye-popping 3D TV coverage. According to Comcast, several hours of each day of Masters play will be broadcast in 3D TV. Time to dig up those red and blue glasses.
As world leaders convene in Washington for a summit on halting the spread of nuclear weapons, a global debate is rising on the merits – and feasibility – of total nuclear disarmament.
Unvarnished, a controversial new 'people review site,' allows users to anonymously publish critiques of others' workplace performances. Critics cite concerns about defamation and libel.