In part 2 of a four-part series tracking a colorful quarter-century of the Web, Crave's Eric Mack drops out of school to join the dot-com madness of the late '90s, only to get drop-kicked back to where he came from.
As Twitter debuts on the New York Stock Exchange, Pets.com and its sock puppet mascot remember the anniversary of one of the biggest busts of the dot-com bubble.
The country's attorney general had sought to have the agency excluded from the MegaUpload founder's lawsuit.
It may not deliver fantastic sound, but the Philips Dot has a unique look and is both water- and shock-resistant.
The newly launched Mega, founded by MegaUpload's Kim DotCom, is taking down legal files, but the problem appears to lie with a third-party search engine.
The flamboyant entrepreneur's follow-up to MegaUpload, which was shuttered by U.S. authorities over piracy concerns, is now open to the public.
The site replacing MegaUpload will give free users lots of storage space, but former premium users won't get their statuses back, yet.
Kim DotCom tweets that we should expect a "press conference like no other" next month when he introduces his new Mega cloud storage service.
A New Zealand court orders its government to release records on the illegal surveillance and raid of DotCom's mansion, which may help the MegaUpload founder's case against U.S. extradition.
There are conflicting reports about whether New Zealand's prime minister chatted privately with President Obama about the MegaUpload case.