There is a $500,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of people involved in the hack.
Yelp funded a study investigating Google search results during an EU antitrust case.
Your online avatar is here, and sorry, it doesn't look like Luke Skywalker.
A study into the Twitter habits of world leaders also found that Obama has the biggest following.
Ten years ago today, YouTube got its first video. We revisit the YouTube canon of old with 10 of the platform's iconic personalities.
A new report warns that hundreds of commercial planes are vulnerable to hackers.
The legal battle between Internet service providers and the FCC over net neutrality has begun.
Facebook claims a bug caused it to place a cookie in the browser of anyone that visited the site.
The vast network at the bottom of the ocean has also been the epicenter of international intrigue for decades.
A prank that involves the Cold War, Konstantin Chernenko and a burgeoning "Usenet" system.
Russia's communication minister Nikolai Nikiforob will present the plan next month.
Facebook says the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle will be used to connect remote regions to the internet.
Facebook gives a glimpse into how it makes its decisions on content.
The doll, critics say, could be used as a surveillance tool, among other things.
The company are accusing the NSA of 'straining the backbone of democracy'.
Proposals set out by the European Commission could allow faster connections for some users.
The former executive editor will write a book about the future of news and the media.
Now that celebration is winding down, get ready for challenge after challenge to the new rules.
London schoolgirls' flight to Syria shows the failure of anti-piracy-style 'cat and mouse' monitoring of social media.
The Internet of Things is like religion: Everywhere and hard to explain.
Together, the NSA and GCHQ harvested encryption keys to access global mobile communications.
Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson chat about talking to Sleater-Kinney, working with mentor Amy Poehler and watching some guy make out with himself.
With little congressional involvement, the Justice Department is changing the rules about how law enforcement obtains warrants.