Hackers plot DIY Sputniks for Internet freedom
Six degrees of separation? More like 4.74
Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon may be the name of the game but it takes less than that to connect any two users on Facebook.
New Duqu virus linked to Microsoft Word Documents
Stanford researchers outsmart captcha codes
Facebook answers privacy flap over leftover cookies
Google decides to speed up Google+ for businesses
Facebook launches “Facebook for Every Phone” Java app for feature phones
Security experts warn of new 'almost indestructible' TDL-4 botnet threat
Sony PlayStation Network hacked again by resetting user passwords
Friend or foe? Google, indie book sellers team up
(AP) -- Struggling neighborhood books stores now have a new way to ring up sales, courtesy of a formidable new rival - Google. But it still may not be enough to help them keep their doors open.
Google sues US government, says bid terms favor Microsoft
Google has filed suit against the US government claiming the terms for a large Department of the Interior contract favor rival Microsoft.
Australian 17-year-old blamed for Twitter chaos (Update)
A 17-year-old Australian schoolboy Wednesday said he unwittingly caused a massive hacker attack on Twitter which sent users to Japanese porn sites and took out the White House press secretary's feed. ...
Long expected, YouTube wades into live streaming
(AP) -- YouTube is making its long expected foray into live streaming by launching an experimental trial with four new media partners.
Attacking the edges of secure Internet traffic
(AP) -- Researchers have uncovered new ways that criminals can spy on Internet users even if they're using secure connections to banks, online retailers or other sensitive Web sites.