Logo looks like something CNN would cook up at the dawn of a new military campaign, but this time the computer-generated bullet holes are in the CNN logo itself.
CNN political analyst belittled men wearing pink and the near-naked H&M David Beckham ad via Twitter during the Super Bowl--tweets that some critics say were anti-gay and violent.
Edward Snowden's original, one-year deal with the Russian government had expired July 31. The NSA leaker's new deal is retroactive to August 1.
Reverend Bob Larson, an Arizona priest, believes in using technology to get rid of unwanted evil.
Stephen Hawking gets together with betting chain Paddy Power to offer his brain power in predicting likely winners.
Rep. Darrell Issa is pushing for a cooling-off period that would prevent the federal government from introducing new Internet regulation or bills for two years.
In 2013's most highly anticipated tech filing, Twitter offers the public a first detailed look at its financials. An IPO could happen within weeks.
Facebook has removed from its site a page calling for a Palestinian intifada, following a request from Israel's minister of public diplomacy. New pages, though, appear to have taken its place.
With its 24-hour demonstration in muscle-flexing, Wikipedia demonstrates the political potential of crowdsourcing.
Gmail users in Iran report problems as The Wall Street Journal reports that Iranian government says it will shut down Gmail. Text messages and Internet speeds appear affected too.