Reddit founder Aaron Swartz suffered from depression and was under prosecution for "illegally obtaining" journals from JSTOR when he was found dead yesterday, a victim of unjust prosecution.
In a blow to advocates of online free speech, lawmakers of the state of New York have proposed legislation to require websites to delete anonymous comments.
Hacker collective Anonymous and other hacker groups are set to engage in an attack, dubbed OpUSA, on the websites of major U.S. government agencies and financial institutions today.
Two crashes in two weeks raise serious questions about the ability of cloud computing to withstand severe weather and the risks that come from hosting many popular websites in one location.
From Lady Gaga to Ashton Kutcher, meet the top 5 celebrities who are investing their fortunes on Foursquare, Hipmunk, and the hottest tech startups out there.
A prominent National Review writer blamed Adam Lanza's rampage on women, saying more men at the school would have prevented this tragedy.
The costs of illiteracy, or being unable to read, are deceptively far reaching. To boost both the U.S. & global economy, we must invest in solutions to promote literacy on a global level.
Facebook has removed everyone’s e-mail account listed on their profile, replacing it instead with a randomly generated @facebook.com account.