New Jersey — prepare to say goodbye to the gold-medal position. Abu Dhabi claims it has taken over as the home of the world’s fastest roller coaster.
The Internet is coming to a TV near you.
In its wise knowledge of all things Web, the Pakistani government is continuting to go that extra mile to protect its citizens from “blasphemous” content.
Facebook looks set to simplify its privacy settings whereas Google has downplayed privacy fears of its own.
A small group of former Facebook lovers fed up with Facebook privacy concerns are corralling users to quit starting May 31. Will it work?
Fifty years ago today the light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation, or the laser, was (officially) invented.
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News that Google will be shutting down their Web store is somewhat shocking, but not entirely surprising. The company apparently realized that consumers want to see an item in person before making a decision to purchase one. (via Techland)
Facebook’s had a bad week over concerns about how it treats user data. Ready to delete your account? It’s harder than you may think.
In a trend that shows few signs of slowing down, one in four U.S. households prefer to do their phone communications via mobile phones rather than utilizing a land line, according to data released by the Centers for Disease Control.
Apple might have another leaked iPhone on its hands. That’s the buzz after pictures of an device similar to the one found in March were posted on a message board in Vietnam. While there’s some slight differences between the …