What would happen if the Internet suddenly stopped working? Yesterday, we got a small taste.
A U.S. Senate panel this morning approved a landmark privacy bill that would curb law enforcement’s warrantless access to the contents of e-mail, private Facebook posts, and other data that Americans store in the cloud.
Google has won an interesting patent related to online video.
New Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer isn’t yet ready to unveil her strategic plan for the company’s future, but she’s already setting some wheels into motion.
Google led global industry in attracting “media value” — a measure that attempts to put a dollar value on buzz — in the second quarter of 2012.
Apple has stumbled to break into social media, but that may soon change thanks to help from a power player.
Google is working to supercharge Internet speeds and offer more interactivity with television.
In all the speculation about why Marissa Mayer left Google to take the job at Yahoo, no one has suggested she’s doing it for the money.
Facebook’s stock is worth $38.23 a share, closing up 23 cents in its first day of public trading.
MasterCard and Visa are investigating a potential security breach that may affect ten million cardholders.