Web networking among the unemployed is surging, but experts stress that human contact matters as much as online friends.
The expanding investigation into the Dubai assassination of a Hamas official – with Britain alleging this week that Israel forged passports used by the alleged killers – has drawn attention to the methods and style of Dahi Khalfan Tamim, Dubai's longest-serving police chief.
The HTC EVO 4G, a smart phone powered by the Sprint network, is expected to hit shelves sometime this summer. Sprint hasn't yet set a price for handset, but the HTC EVO 4G, which runs the Google Android operating system, is already being touted as a worthy challenger to the Apple iPhone.
Hundreds of women protested today in Yemen, urging the government to pass a fiercely debated bill that would ban child marriage. Roughly half of Yemeni girls are married before turning 18 – with some only half that old.
While Hillary Clinton heads to Mexico City today to discuss ways to fight the Mexico drug war, parents and youths in Ciudad Juárez are combating the chaos with social tools.
Members of the Tea Party movement say they are not beholden to the GOP.
Google's struggles with censorship in China carry lessons for others who would do business there, and for proponents of an open Internet.
Think you can hide out in cyberspace? Think again. The FBI is all over Facebook, Twitter, and other sites.