Sensitive Facebook information for up to 120 million users was exposed online for years, researcher says.
President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton's names are written into the HTML code on his campaign website's "error" page.
HBO's 'Silicon Valley' keeps things light and wholesome even when it is salacious, but the lightness is also a weakness.
One man is letting loose a brave new invention—a whole browser built to block ads.
A former NASA scientist answers questions like how best to build a Lego bridge from London to New York.
Apple's next "magical" and "revolutionary" product? An iLegalDefenseTeam. According to the New York Post, the Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission are negotiating over which of the two agencies will launch an antitrust inquiry against the company, now the third-largest in America (by market capitalization).
Every May there's a two-night show in New York City, packed with visitors, that looks like a cross between a science fair, an art gallery, and a science-fiction movie.
PEOPLE HAVE BEEN TOUTING WORLD WIDE WEB-based learning for a while, but clicking through a series of Web pages isn't anyone's idea of fun. Ziff-Davis's LearnItOnline (www.learnitonline.com) shatters that paradigm with a smart, slick extension of its series of how-to computer books.