Now you can "humblebrag" for knowing that "binge-watch," "side boob," "douchebaggery," "fandom," and other well-known slang terms are officially in Oxford Dictionaries.
Governments and law enforcers may soon be able to hack your iOS 4 device thanks to new software from a Russian security firm.
At Personal Democracy Forum, Stanford law professor says we can only work to reform government if we work at it constantly--not just every election cycle.
The UK's Guardian newspaper says the NSA drafted a directive about spying on its closest, "Five Eyes" intelligence allies, and that it swept up metadata on UK citizens.
Microsoft applauded a Senate bill that aimed to delete "rogue Web sites" from the Internet. But it's drawn the line at the broader Stop Online Piracy Act.
With its 24-hour demonstration in muscle-flexing, Wikipedia demonstrates the political potential of crowdsourcing.
Net legal guru calls on politicians and citizens alike to support his "Change Congress" movement, which borrows approaches from Wikipedia and his own Creative Commons set-up.
Legislators are writing new laws to protect kids from harassment via the Internet, text messages, or other electronic devices. Net executives are making new pledges to help the cause, too.
YouTube video aiming to debunk Geller's supposedly paranormal spoon bending has drawn two lawsuits this week, with the "psychic" claiming copyright violations.