Like Tumblr and Pinterest before it, the popular online photo-sharing service is banning content that encourages eating disorders, self-mutilation, or suicide.
Self-described "Hubble hugger" John Grunsfeld, one of NASA's most experienced spacewalkers, dings an antenna on the space telescope, but engineers say no harm done.
Policy revamp comes a week after Robin Williams' daughter abandoned Twitter after gruesome images of her late father were sent to her on the social network.
Preggie iOS app seeks to get pregnant women together, so they don't have to use Facebook for their mutual communication.
"We are deeply committed to supporting and defending our users' freedom of speech, but we do draw some limits," says the microblogging site.
Sky broadband customers can once again access torrentfreak.com after it was caught in Sky's 'porn filter.'
A well-respected computer security reporter says he was the target of a con that sent an armed SWAT team to his front door.
Robot enthusiasts debate ways to protect self-driving cars and other autonomous machines from the looming existential threat of class action lawsuits.
The tech giant and the university will focus on mobile and personalization products, giving researchers access to data from Yahoo users who opt in.
Commentary: The hardware is fine, and so is the service. But if your iPhone ever needs replacing, watch out.