In an invite-only program, Google's video-sharing site gives roughly 200 people, government agencies, and organizations the power to flag up to 20 videos at a time.
AT&T says its tweet was meant to pay respects to those affected by the tragedy, but the presence of a smartphone in the image was seen as offensive.
The Toshiba Excite Pro has a functional look that won't exactly turn heads.
Indiana law banning sex offenders from social networks restricts "far more speech than necessary" and is unconstitutional, federal appeals court says.
The subhead of this story incorrectly identified the state in which this law existed. That state is Indiana.
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says registered sex offenders have been removed from games from Gaia Online, NCSoft, and THQ, among others.
Might it expose, say, vacuousness, venality, or even, perish the concept, truth? It appears the Valley is shuddering.
Law requires sex offenders to list their criminal status, where they were convicted, and a description of their physical characteristics on all their social networks.
Several registered sex offenders joined by civil liberties groups are stepping forward to say it's their constitutional right to use social networks.
Apple, Microsoft, Disney, Sony, and others sign onto New York's "Operation: Game Over" initiative to sweep registered sex offenders from online video game platforms.