Not ready to play nice: Online attacks by presidential candidates

As voters increasingly rely on websites of presidential primary candidates for news, they run a risk because candidates' online attacks are not vetted through traditional "watchdog journalists" and other gatekeepers to determine ...

Google buys instant messaging firm Meebo

Google has agreed to buy the online messaging firm Meebo, a move expanding the Internet giant's capabilities for instant sharing of Web pages using social networks.

Socially barbed sitcom South Park gets videogame

The creators of the South Park cartoon sitcom known for crude language and lampooning hot-button social issues are about to whack the videogame world with "Stick of Truth."

iPad rules the tablets, Samsung tops Kindle: survey

The Apple iPad extended its lead in the global market for tablet computers at the start of 2012 while Amazon's Kindle Fire flamed out after a sizzling introduction, a survey showed Monday.

How mosquitoes fly in rain? Thanks to low mass

Even though a single raindrop can weigh 50 times more than a mosquito, the insect is still able to fly through a downpour. Georgia Tech researchers used high-speed videography to see how the mosquito's strong exoskeleton ...

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