A "significant" DDoS attack targeted NATO sites but did not affect the integrity of the organization's systems, a spokesperson says.
A year after Iceland asked its citizens to help write its new constitution by making suggestions via Facebook, voters decide this new draft should be the basis for the upcoming constitution.
Second-hand shop CeX has traded in cash for Bitcoin as one branch ditches pounds for a couple of days to celebrate online currencies and Scottish independence.
The Guardian, conscious that some Brits just aren't monarchists, offers a non-royal version of its Web site, so people can avoid royal baby mania.
Not even promises of its first deliveries to the Chinese market suffice as a weaker-than-expected outlook following Tesla's third-quarter earnings leads to a speculator stampede for the exits.
Amazon wants to bring a referendum before California voters to stop the state from forcing online retailers to collect sales tax.
MP Tom Harris has quit as Labour's social media chief in Scotland after making a Downfall parody of SNP leader Alex Salmond.
Since Google's new iOS mapping app hit Apple's App Store, adoption of iOS 6 has jumped 30 percent. But new data says the rate in North America stayed flat and that the global jump may be due to iPhone sales in China.
The departure was apparently prompted by a reorganization that will split News Corp.'s entertainment and publishing operations into separate companies.
A political party in Switzerland believes that PowerPoint and other presentation software costs the nation more than $2 billion in lost productivity.