The Wheel of Fortune host spins some Twitterites giddy with his considered opinion on climate change.
For a second time, Judge Lucy Koh rules that remarks about protecting patents from foreign companies weren't enough to sway jury. But she admonishes Apple's legal team.
For decades, the Internet has been like the Wild West, with anonymous users creating racist or hate-filled posts. Now the world's largest social networks are doing something about it.
In his latest public Q&A, the Facebook CEO talks about diversity in Silicon Valley, Ukraine and his childhood.
Women may win lawsuits alleging bad behavior in the court of public opinion, but not necessarily where it matters.
Technically Incorrect: All she did was say that the University of Arkansas basketball team was "playing dirty." Then the invective rolled in, including threats of physical violence.
Technically Incorrect: The president decides it's time to offer a brief glimpse into his life on Twitter and the lives of those who should get a life.
A previous version of this report misidentified the agency that confirmed the bogus pilot information. It was the National Transportation Safety Board.
A parody video from Above Average shows social networking taken to the extreme. On Jynx, you only see posts from friends who share the same opinions as you.
After Twitter in France was hit with a slew of anti-Semitic tweets in October, the court ruled the social networking service must identify those behind the posts. Twitter is evaluating the ruling.