Examiner.com is moving its hyper-local content to Canada. For now, it will be available in five cities, but it plans to roll out in more markets soon.
One citizen journalism news site buys another for an undisclosed sum, as the congested "hyperlocal" space starts to consolidate.
Changes to the social network make it easier for content creators to get attribution in key Google services, and let you embed Google+ posts elsewhere on the Web.
The Drupal open-source Web content management system continues to grow, as it introduces version 7 and preps for its annual conference.
Conservative attorney accuses legal startup of concealing U.S. Supreme Court case relating to President Obama's eligibility for office. Turns out it's a programming error.
A YouTube video, purportedly of a surprise marriage proposal made in Central Park with the help of hidden cameras and "special iPhone apps," enjoys media coverage. But is it real?
The married stars both tweet that they may take a Twitter hiatus if some reports about the show prove accurate.
A CNET analysis of nearly 100,000 search results shows how news Web sites are faring after Google's recent change to its algorithm.
The CellScope might revolutionize the speed and ease with which we diagnose and screen for malaria, tuberculosis, and more.