A woman allegedly drives drunk and smashes into another car. She posts a seemingly lighthearted comment about it on Facebook. A judge tells her to close her account. She doesn't.
Britain leads Europe -- in the number of government requests to Google for our information.
An indie magazine in Brooklyn has launched a Twitter account that broadcasts what books people are reading on the New York subway--an attempt to show that e-readers have their voyeuristic disadvantages.
Novell contributes to the Linux kernel to an increasing degree. It's therefore not surprising to see its sales numbers rising in tandem.
A joint investigation by 60 Minutes and The Washington Post questions the honesty and security gambling sites.