There are many websites that let you sync and share YouTube videos to watch with faraway friends, but these three are our favorites.
Move over 404, there's a new Web error code for government censorship. Meanwhile, the first website turns 25 years old and Facebook now suggests events it thinks you would like.
A simple status code called 451 could let you know when the page you're trying to access has been subject to government meddling.
The Investigatory Powers Bill, known by critics as "the Snooper's Charter," could also require overseas companies to play a part in bulk collection of data and interception of messages.
The world's largest social network is bringing its Instant Articles feature to more people, making it easier to read news stories within its app instead of surfing the Web to find out what's what.
Technically Incorrect: In an impersonation that even Sanders himself seems to admire, the "Curb your Enthusiasm" star suggests Sanders isn't too au fait with tech. It's already gaining huge YouTube traction.
A comprehensive review of all the candidates' website performances by a company in the business of improving it shows that there are stark disparities.
Having trouble making a decision? An amusing website called YesNo.wtf gives you a straight yes or no answer with an accompanying GIF.
Live data from snoozers equipped with sleep sensors triggers an innovative new website meant to highlight the power of dreams to spur social change.
Technically Incorrect: A site that sells "Stop Trump" T-shirts receives a cease-and-desist letter from the great man's lawyers. But does he have a case?