Concerns in UK over sentencing of two men to four years in prison for encouraging people to riot by posting messages on Facebook.
Harvard Business Review author criticizes Silicon Valley companies for paying exorbitant amounts for 'star' employees.
The Motorola purchase is expected to give Google's Android phone the patents it needs to compete against the Apple iPhone.
Free speech advocates criticize Prime Minister David Cameron's proposal to regulate social media after London riots.
How Mario Bros changed the face of gaming, and why it continues to be a huge presence after 30 years.
New York Congressman Anthony Weiner admitted to sending lewd photos over Twitter and then lying about it. Questions remain whether his political career can survive the scandal.
In a country where internet access is closely regulated, Yoani Sanchez has become a world famous blogger.
Technology companies like Facebook, Twitter and Groupon may be worth a lot of money, but some think that tech stocks are another bubble getting ready to burst.
The United States pioneered much of the internet. But US broadband connections now lag far behind much of the rest of the world.
In Haiti, where bank accounts are hard to come by, people have begun to store money using their cell phones.