A quirk of the Web has caught out the world's largest social network.
Publishers are about to grant Google monopolistic pricing power and permanent exclusivity over countless "orphaned" works.
A new algorithm for detecting social networks handles dolphins, karate students, and Chinese computer scientists with equal aplomb.
Consumers file a federal lawsuit against companies serving tracking tags to phones.
Letting users download all their data is a positive move--but it could help Google build a rival.
Researchers create a privacy-protecting location-based service that already works with Facebook.
Will users embrace a TV experience that relies on a keyboard in your living room?
A startup unveils a tool that generates a slick video for any topic you search for.
Browser manufacturers are finally really competing with each other. But is that good for users?
Research shows that users have little trust in the information they get from Twitter.