Network theory expert sees Web pages as 19 clicks apart
Online voting not ready for worldwide roll-out, study says
Online voting has the potential to boost election participation around the world, but is not yet ready to be widely rolled out due to security risks, a study released Wednesday said.
Google reportedly working on encrypting user files on Google Drive
Hotmail in hot water over password flaw, rushes fix
Google issues Maps APIs for tighter tabs on vehicles
EU to press Internet giants over online extremism
The European Union will ask major US technology companies including Facebook, Google and Twitter to help tackle online extremism at a meeting on Wednesday, officials said.
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.
Facebook opens ad targeting to outside applications
Facebook on Tuesday ramped up its "Audience Network" that mines what it knows about users to target ads in other applications on smartphones or tablet computers.
Psychologists say Facebook, Twitter harden gender walls
Twitter sues FBI, DOJ to release NSA request info
Twitter is suing the FBI and the Department of Justice to be able to release more information about government surveillance of its users.