A San Francisco start-up is unveiling an iPhone and iPad app to help users more easily find and curate the best content on the Web.
Pitches for new start-ups seeking investment on entrepreneurial and venture capital websites are often copycats, with a slight twist, of already successful companies.
An online photography project created by a pair of Brooklyn artists explores the ways we make romantic connections online.
A number of new research reports and surveys are finding that teenagers and adults are continuing to read print books and often prefer them over digital e-books.
It may be difficult for passengers on flights to get what many want — access to cellular data — without getting what many don’t want — the occasional Chatty Cathy in 21B.
A paper written by two Israeli computer scientists linked a Bitcoin account to a transaction on Silk Road, an Internet black market. But the owner of that account, who is not the still-anonymous creator of Bitcoin, has come forward. &n…
As a result of attention and new places to shop, dozens of digital currencies like Bitcoin, which passed $1,000 a coin for the first time, continued to grow rapidly this week.
"Privacy may actually be an anomaly," Vinton Cerf, one of the fathers of the Internet, told participants in an FTC workshop on privacy and security in the Internet of Things. Privacy doesn’t really exist in small towns, for instance. Further, consumers’ social behavior is "quite damaging to privacy," Cerf said. "The technology we use today has far outraced our social intuition headlights."
An American expatriate has made a site that maps all the bitcoin trades in real time, which he says shows that the digital currency truly is borderless.
Silk Road, a vast Internet black market, stands as a tabloid monument to old-fashioned vice and new-fashioned technology.
Jeremy Hammond, a member of the hacking group Anonymous, was sentenced in Federal District Court in New York to 10 years in prison for breaking into government computer servers.
The Google lawyer who oversees national security requests testified before Congress Wednesday, while unofficially, Google engineers lambasted the government for surveillance.