Bowing the U.S. demands, the British government has agreed to turn over Gary McKinnon, accused of hacking several military sites.
Citing concerns over productivity, government agencies have denied workers access to certain blogs -- mainly critical ones.
A new psychology study from Missouri U. found that interactive media may alienate some users.
New mobile streaming television models are emerging thanks to the World Cup -- but there's still a long way to go.
Police in London have arrested three men suspected of writing a virus that infected computers containing the Sony BMG anti-piracy code.
If you like the Firefox browser, you'll love Flock, which is rife with built-in social software features.
If you've ever been caught in another airplane's wake, you'll appreciate stricter regulations for the giant A380.
Sir Howard Stringer admits that hiding copy-protection software on Sony BMG CDs using a rootkit was "a mistake."
The public needs to know the benefits as well as the risks.