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Wikipedia offers rich, frequently updated information online, but you might need to verify some of its facts.

By October 28, 2005

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Russian Internet watchdog orders ISPs to block Wikipedia

The country's Roskomnadzor federal agency has instructed Internet providers to block a page about a kind of cannabis, but most can only block the entire site.

By August 25, 2015


Wikipedia parent sues to stop NSA's massive surveillance effort

The Wikimedia Foundation argues that the NSA's full-scale seizure of Internet communications is a violation of its First and Fourth Amendment rights.

By March 10, 2015


Firefox finally launches for the iPhone and iPad

Mozilla's browser is now available for folks on Apple's mobile operating system, but it's going up against the tried and true Safari.

By November 12, 2015


Smart grid 101: What next-gen electricity means for you

The evolving energy industry could totally change the way you think about electricity in your home.

By November 7, 2015


PR firms agree to play by Wikipedia's editing rules

Eleven large PR firms issue statements agreeing to comply with the online encyclopedia's rules after an investigation into paid edits on the site.

By June 10, 2014


'Steve Jobs' writer Aaron Sorkin says 'my conscience is clear' on film's accuracy

Movie's star, Michael Fassbender, describes his admiration for Jobs and calls Sorkin's script the best he's read.

By October 18, 2015


Use WikiTweaks to avoid distractions on Wikipedia

Want to stay focused when reading about a topic on Wikipedia, but your curiosity is piqued by the links in the text? Check out this Chrome extension to stay on track.

By October 30, 2014


A Wikipedia monument? It's true (we're pretty sure)

Slubice, Poland, now hosts a monument honoring contributors to the free online encyclopedia. If you can't go see it for yourself, you can read all about it on Wikipedia.

By October 27, 2014


A cure for blindness? Stem cells may hold the key

A 60-year-old is the first person in a test to see whether the foundational cells can help reverse a vision problem called macular degeneration. Early results should arrive in December.

By September 29, 2015