Pew studies American view of Internet impact
Hackers throw campus info caution to the wind
Google Baseline Study aims to define what a healthy human looks like
Over 1,000 Europeans a day ask Google to scrub Web
Google is being swamped with requests from Europeans trying to erase unflattering links to their past from the world's dominant Internet search engine.
Stanford trio explore success formula for Reddit posts
HTML5 spec editor slams Google & gang's DRM bid
Network theory expert sees Web pages as 19 clicks apart
States and corporations grab for reins of the Internet
As the US steps back from overseeing the group entrusted to essentially run the Internet, states and corporations are grabbing for the reins.
Google reportedly working on encrypting user files on Google Drive
Hotmail in hot water over password flaw, rushes fix
Japan court orders Google to delete data
A Japanese court has ordered Google to delete search results linking the claimant to a crime he did not commit, the latest in a series of rulings around the world on what search engines should tell users.
Google issues Maps APIs for tighter tabs on vehicles
Google searches get smarter (Update)
Google on Wednesday began making its search engine smarter, in what the Internet giant called a major upgrade that looks beyond query words to figure out what people are actually seeking online.
UK judge: No payout to cleared hacking defendant
(AP)—The judge in Britain's phone hacking trial said Wednesday that acquitted defendant Charles Brooks shouldn't be reimbursed for his legal costs because even though he was innocent, his behavior was "incredibly ...