Did Google Places kill this restaurant’s business?
Fouty-year-old restaurant lost 75 percent of its business after Google Places said it was closed on the weekend.
Academic journal now has ‘concerns’ over controversial Facebook study
Editor-in-chief says data collection may have violated ethics.
NPR blogger: Only ‘white guys’ call me back
Reporter's tweet adds to ongoing diversity problems at National Public Radio.
A town in Germany is terrified of an ‘Assassin’s Creed’ cosplayer
An "Assassin" is giving children nightmares and putting parents on edge.
Google ‘unsends’ private email Goldmans Sachs sent to the wrong address
In an unusual move, Google blocks access to email without a court order.
Researchers can now predict likelihood of underage binge drinking
This computer examined over 40 different environmental, behavioral, and biological factors to determine which teens are most likely to abuse alcohol.
Facebook emotional manipulation study connected to the Pentagon
A credited researcher involved in the controversial study also happens to be tied to a Pentagon project studying civil unrest.
Online book sales have surpassed brick-and-mortar stores
Ebook sales topped a record-high 512 million copies last year.
Amazon is testing a new local takeout service
Part of Amazon's new local marketplace service could go live very soon.
Google removes first links under ‘right to be forgotten’ ruling
Google honors a handful of some 41,000 requests to have outdated personal information removed from search results.
The number of female video game developers has doubled since 2009
Increasing number of female workers could bring about better representations of women in games.
[email protected] is rumored to be Facebook’s answer to LinkedIn
You presumably wouldn't get in trouble for checking this one at work.
New York Public library now lets you check out free Wi-Fi hotspots
Library seeks to bridge broadband access gap between rich and poor.
Lawsuit claims Twitter spams recycled phone numbers with spam texts
New lawsuit says Twitter willfully continues to text ads to the former phone numbers of its users.