Twitter Sign-In Issue Resolved
December 29 2014 3:32 AM EST
The sign-in issue, which forcefully logged many users out of the site, appears to have been an internal error, rather than a cyberattack.
Iran's Supreme Leader Blasts US Over Police Brutality, Human Rights
December 29 2014 2:24 AM EST
The English-language account of Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has frequently tweeted against the U.S., Israel and the Islamic State group.
Meet Phillip Phillips' Fiancé After He Proposed For Christmas
December 27 2014 6:09 PM EST
Phillip Phillips' girlfriend Hannah Blackwell received an engagement ring for Christmas.
See Chris Jones' Flop [VIDEO]
December 27 2014 5:35 PM EST
Louisville Cardinals player Chris Jones caught a ghost elbow from Kentucky Wildcats center Dakari Johnson Saturday.
Hands Up, Don’t Speak? NYPD Threats Test First Amendment
December 26 2014 2:54 PM EST
A current U.S. Supreme Court case could affect New Yorkers who used social media to threaten cops after the murder of two NYPD officers.
'The Interview' Is A Hit On Illegal BitTorrent Sites
December 25 2014 9:36 PM EST
A victory for free speech, but maybe not for Sony: "The Interview" has been illegally downloaded more than 200,000 times since it was streamed online Wednesday.
Scan Private Messages, Prepare For Class-Action Suits
December 25 2014 7:00 PM EST
Facebook was denied a bid to dismiss a 2013 class action lawsuit for scanning users' private messages.
Xbox, PlayStation Networks Grounded By Hackers
December 25 2014 5:48 PM EST
The self-styled Lizard Squad, which could allied with North Korea or just seeking publicity, claims to have done it.
Uber Has A Korean Problem Too
December 24 2014 2:25 PM EST
The ride service company is facing legal charges in South Korea, just the latest country to challenge the service.
Pirate Bay Returns, Without The Torrents
December 23 2014 6:58 PM EST
EZTV is again online barely two weeks after it was taken down. Fans of the Pirate Bay won't feel as lucky.
Anonymous Threatens Release Of Iggy Azalea Sex Tape Pictures
December 21 2014 9:24 PM EST
Anonymous allegedly threatened to release stills from Iggy Azalea's rumored sex tape.
White House Mulls 'Proportional' Response To Sony Hack
December 19 2014 12:48 AM EST
The U.S. administration is not yet sure how it will respond if it confirms that North Korea was behind the Sony hack.
Kardashian Overtakes Bieber On Instagram Following Spam Purge
December 18 2014 4:10 PM EST
The great Instagram spam purge of 2014 has caused Justin Bieber to lose 3.5 million followers.
Pro-Cop Rally Planned For NYC
December 18 2014 2:51 PM EST
About 1,000 people plan to attend Friday's #ThankyouNYPD Rally, and 500 may be protesting it.
Maker Of FireChat Lands $10.8M In Funding
December 18 2014 10:00 AM EST
The maker of FireChat hopes to use new funding to help smartphone users build offline networks.
Democrats, Twitter React To Jeb Bush's Plans To 'Actively Explore' Presidential Run
December 16 2014 10:53 AM EST
Social media users had a largely negative reactions to the news that another Bush might soon run for president.
Cop Who Threatened To Kill Protesters Placed On Administrative Leave
December 16 2014 1:29 AM EST
Officer Philip White had sent threatening messages to protesters on social media website Twitter.
Facebook Dumps Microsoft’s Bing Search Engine
December 13 2014 4:46 AM EST
Facebook's latest move is largely considered part of its strategy to enter the field of Web search, currently dominated by rival Google.
Pirate Bay Wannabe's Don't Mention Potential Malware
December 12 2014 11:33 PM EST
ThePirateBay.ee and OldPirateBay.org are just two of the sites meant to emulate the sunken ship.
Stopping Piracy A Game Of Whac-A-Mole
December 11 2014 2:50 PM EST
Shuttering major piracy sites provides only short-term relief, researchers say, as copycats thrive after takedowns.