With the value of consumer's online information increasing every year, do the old "you can't blame us" mentality of software and Internet-based services have to go?
A report from the Boston Herald that video games are good for you.
Agent 007's love of "shaken, not stirred" martinis may have been a result of alcohol-induced tremors, say the authors of a silly study examining Bond's health. They also estimate he'd die by 56.
The search giant and Spanish officials can't agree on when data should be deleted from Google's pages.
Even though the appendicitis rate for kids hasn't gone up, the percentage of children who get CT scans after going to the ER for stomach pain has skyrocketed, raising cancer concerns.
A second investigation into the incident finds no evidence of scientific malpractice but criticizes the unit's handling of statistics.
Though Google is a U.S. company, its American rights don't transpose across the pond. A court case will determine whether Google has to comply with EU law, which could have far-reaching consequences for European users.
ZDNet uncovered the duplicity of a blogger at another tech Web site. But while the medium (and the pay) has changed, bunco artists are nothing new in media.
Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, who have alleged for years that Mark Zuckerberg stole their idea for a social-networking site, are still claiming Facebook misled them about its valuation when they received a multimillion-dollar settlement in 2008.
Social search and question-and-answer sites are full of queries about how to treat injuries or deal with illnesses. It seems like an opportunity for physicians chime in, but there are roadblocks.