Social network reverted to its original terms of service because of a public outcry, one which was only necessitated because Facebook hadn't been transparent upfront.
Apple top-level exec Phil Schiller defends the company's role as application gatekeeper for the App Store, telling BusinessWeek that it ensures a good experience for customers.
One minute you're watching the presenter, the next she begins to disappear.
Weather Channel returns to lineup after agreeing to reduce amount of reality TV programming it offers -- a sticking point for the satellite provider. There's no word, though, on whether DirecTV in turn agrees to pay a higher fee.
HBO apologized to "Game of Thrones" fans who were hoping to watch the premiere on the company's streaming service.
A Belgian teacher who actually reads (including the books the series is based on) decides he has one weapon against his video-only class: spoilers of who dies.
The airline says a pornographic image sent to a customer from its Twitter account was actually sent to it by someone else. Is this entirely believable?
The service that lets you briefly share photos and videos finally apologizes for the security snafu that revealed the names and phone numbers of 4.6 million accounts.