Hackers claiming to be the same group behind the Sony Pictures breach are now sending disturbing emails to employees and their families.
Elon Musk opened up a wave of discussion with his assertion that artificial intelligence has the potential to do horrible things to humanity.
The attorney for the celebrities claims the search giant did not "act expeditiously and responsibly to remove the images."
UberX drivers in Sydney are now being issued with warning letters from the government threatening legal action and significant fines if they continue to drive for the ridesharing service.
Netflix's messages to its customers blaming Verizon for poor video service are "deceptive, inaccurate, and an unfair business practice," the carrier says.
The battle between Uber and the authorities has escalated, with the Victorian Taxi Services Commission saying it will prosecute "repeat offenders" caught driving for Melbourne's UberX ridesharing service.
While several charges were dropped, former Anonymous spokesman Barrett Brown pleads guilty to sharing stolen data and targeting a federal agent.
AT&T's threat to not participate in the upcoming auction could jeopardize the success of the auction, but it's unclear how serious its warning is as its arguments seem weak when scrutinized.
How much do humans supervise the machines that participate in customer service? One person's experience with Blue Shield of California suggests: "Not much at all."
A Belgian teacher who actually reads (including the books the series is based on) decides he has one weapon against his video-only class: spoilers of who dies.