Users of news-sharing site Reddit have accused Apple of deliberately hiding the court-ordered Samsung "apology" statement on the U.K. Apple Web site.
Visitors to Apple's U.K. Web site are no longer forced to scroll down to view a court-ordered apology to Samsung, after Apple tried to bury it using hidden code.
Looking for a job? Britain's Government Communications Headquarters launches an online code-cracking challenge to recruit candidates for posts dealing with cyberthreats.
The United Kingdom's denizens now can add detail such as paths and businesses to Google's online maps service. But remember: it's free labor for Google.
Nivpat is showing off technology at CES 2013 that lets you scan T-shirts to get more info about the wearer, a business, and just about anything.
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Stanford has hosted its first high-tech poetry competition, exploring how computer code can be read and deployed as a poetic language.
CNET's Dan Graziano shows you how to set up the new security feature on LG's latest smartphone.
The Information Commissioner's Office says Google must delete its Street View data within 35 days or face a criminal offense for contempt of court.
The Hour of Code campaign, launched by Code.org and supported by President Obama, is aiming to get 5 million students in 33,000 classrooms worldwide to learn at least one hour of computer science this week.