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Potato-salad rookie raises thousands on Kickstarterupdated Mon Jul 07 2014 15:21:24

Kickstarter campaigns have allowed people to fund diverse projects like video games, smartwatches and the restoration of historic locations.

Hot-car death highlights key role of digital evidenceupdated Wed Jul 02 2014 13:53:28

One of the few details to come out of the murder case against suburban Atlanta dad Justin Ross Harris -- whose son was found dead after being strapped into a hot car for hours -- is that he searched for information about such deaths shortly before the incident occurred.

FIFA: U.S. World Cup fans most active onlineupdated Tue Jul 01 2014 12:13:58

They came up just short in their knockout-round match with Belgium on Tuesday. But online, Team USA is already a World Cup winner.

Film offers portrait of the 'Internet's Own Boy'updated Fri Jun 27 2014 10:10:58

In life, Aaron Swartz was a force in creating today's Web, helping write game-changing code in his early teens before turning his attentions to Internet activism.

What will Aereo's TV watchers do now?updated Wed Jun 25 2014 17:46:57

Aereo, the embattled startup that captured shows from the broadcast airwaves and let users stream them digitally to their computers, smartphones or tablets, is essentially dead after a Supreme Court ruling Wednesday.

Google wants to sell domain namesupdated Tue Jun 24 2014 12:11:23

Google already is a major player in search, online mapping, social networking and other key functions of the Web. Now it wants to sell domain names, too.

Ghoulish stabbing raises question: Who is Slenderman?updated Tue Jun 03 2014 13:27:56

He's the Internet's own monster, a ghoul who lurks in its darkest corners and, like the Web itself, has mutated time and again to suit the dreams and desires of his devotees.

Report: Amazon adding music streaming to Primeupdated Fri May 30 2014 12:39:33

OK, at this point, who doesn't have a music streaming service?

Skype to break language barriers with translator toolupdated Wed May 28 2014 12:59:11

Skype users soon will be able to expand the list of people they can connect with, says Microsoft, owner of the popular Web-chat tool.

Tech exec fired for comments about California killerupdated Tue May 27 2014 12:17:56

The co-founder of Rap Genius, an online-annotation website, has been fired after marking up the 137-page manifesto of California killer Elliot Rodger with comments that are being called tasteless and creepy.

Why Google may be buying Twitchupdated Mon May 19 2014 16:17:59

If YouTube is really on the verge of buying video game-streaming website Twitch, there's at least one reason behind the move that's as old as business itself: eliminating the competition.

Do you want the moon? Auction features artifacts from Apollo missions updated Wed May 14 2014 18:09:20

If you have some disposable income and want to own a piece of aviation or space-exploration history, now's your chance.

Meet Netflix's stealthy new logoupdated Tue May 06 2014 15:58:48

Netflix has a new logo, but you're forgiven if you didn't notice.

Netflix to Al Franken: Comcast takeover would harm consumersupdated Thu Apr 24 2014 18:11:37

You probably won't see executives from Comcast and Netflix cozying up at some corporate event anytime soon.

Reddit, Dogecoin support NASCAR racer at Talladegaupdated Thu Apr 24 2014 10:01:44

What do you get when you combine a cryptocurrency, 752 left turns and a 16-year-old Reddit user? For NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Josh Wise, it all adds up to sponsorship for one of the most exciting races of the year and a new bunch of tech-savvy fans.

The man who invented the Internet (well, sort of)updated Wed Apr 23 2014 09:31:52

David Wallechinsky didn't invent what's on the Internet. It just seems that way.

AT&T eyes high-speed Internet in 100 citiesupdated Tue Apr 22 2014 11:51:54

AT&T has announced a plan that could see high-speed fiber Internet networks rolled out in as many as 100 cities in 21 metro regions throughout the United States.

The 'Heartbleed' security flaw that affects most of the Internetupdated Tue Apr 08 2014 23:33:40

A major online security vulnerability dubbed "Heartbleed" could put your personal information at risk, including passwords, credit card information and e-mails.

Feds accuse Jerk.com of scraping Facebook, cheating usersupdated Mon Apr 07 2014 19:06:39

Every now and then, being a jerk on the Internet can result in some unwanted attention.

The Internet's best April Fools gagsupdated Tue Apr 01 2014 11:23:17

A new digital map helps you find the Pokemon among us. YouTube made a shocking confession, Samsung and HTC advanced the world of wearable tech with souped-up gloves and you'll never have to take another lonely selfie, thanks to The Hoff.

OkCupid protests Firefox over CEO's anti-same-sex marriage donationupdated Mon Mar 31 2014 19:17:43

Dating site OkCupid is calling for its members to ditch Firefox and use another browser to search for love. The company is protesting Mozilla's new CEO, Brendan Eich, who supported an anti-same-sex marriage campaign. Firefox is owned by Mozilla.

Why Gmail and other e-mail services aren't really freeupdated Mon Mar 31 2014 11:53:38

Gmail doesn't cost any money to use, but it's not free.

Target hack: The movie? Hollywood says yes updated Fri Mar 21 2014 11:46:27

Does the computer breach at Target have the makings of a movie? Throw in a shotgun-toting security analyst, Russian hackers, drugs and a SWAT team and Hollywood appears to think so.

5 things we learned at SXSW Interactiveupdated Thu Mar 13 2014 13:56:11

Even when pared down to just its Interactive portion, South by Southwest can feel like a huge and amorphous thing -- sort of like, as director Hugh Forrest says, the Internet itself.

25 years of the World Wide Webupdated Wed Mar 12 2014 14:26:26

Tim Berners-Lee: The Web needs its freedomupdated Wed Mar 12 2014 04:50:04

Today is a landmark anniversary for Tim Berners-Lee. In March 1989 he wrote a proposal to his employers at CERN for a somewhat abstract "global hypertext" system he called Mesh. A year later he re-named that system the World Wide Web. It caught on.

The early Web: Slow, simple and sparseupdated Tue Mar 11 2014 12:13:19

It was 1993 when David Wood got his first look at the World Wide Web.

Edward Snowden speaks at SXSW, calls for public oversight of U.S. spy programsupdated Mon Mar 10 2014 10:52:38

In a rare public talk via the Web, fugitive NSA leaker Edward Snowden urged a tech conference audience Monday to help "fix" the U.S. government's surveillance of its citizens.

Kevin Bacon on 'Six Degrees' game: 'I was horrified'updated Sat Mar 08 2014 22:54:58

Almost two decades ago, a parlor game called "Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon" became an unlikely grass-roots phenomenon among movie buffs and foretold today's social web of online connections.

Assange to SXSW: We're all being watchedupdated Sat Mar 08 2014 17:01:39

From his sanctuary in the Ecuadorian embassy in London, with roughly a dozen police officers outside, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said Saturday that everyone in the world will be just as effectively monitored soon -- at least digitally.

People-painter turns tables on illusionupdated Thu Mar 06 2014 14:39:53

A California artist is turning people into paintings.

Kickstarter hits $1 billion in pledgesupdated Mon Mar 03 2014 17:04:13

The crowdfunding model, in which entrepreneurs seek online pledges to finance their pet projects, appears to be alive and well.

We've all read his work -- 'Godfather' of Helvetica font dies at 84updated Thu Feb 27 2014 20:03:41

Look at the letters in these words. Really look at them: the shape of the circle that makes the "o" and the roundness of the "c."

Nasty LinkedIn rejection goes viralupdated Thu Feb 27 2014 13:05:12

When you're a city's "Communicator of the Year" and have hailed yourself as a "passionate advocate" for job-seekers, you probably ought not blast one of those job-seekers in a snide, dismissive e-mail.

Woman jailed for not returning 2005 video rentalupdated Mon Feb 17 2014 12:35:55

Kayla Michelle Finley may be wishing that services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime had been around a little earlier.

What a Comcast-Time Warner deal could mean for youupdated Thu Feb 13 2014 16:56:22

When the biggest cable company in the United States buys the second-biggest cable company in the United States, what does that mean for you?

The bizarre, lucrative world of 'unboxing' videosupdated Thu Feb 13 2014 10:49:16

An enthusiastic male voice announces the new haul -- a dozen fresh Disney-themed Kinder Eggs -- while a disembodied hand rotates a fully wrapped chocolate treat for the camera.

What Netflix can learn from regular old TVupdated Wed Feb 12 2014 12:38:45

"Smart" TVs have failed because they've always assumed more is better. Instead of evolving the television experience, TV makers have simply added to it, heaping more streams, more services, and more content onto our sets without rethinking the interfaces for accessing them.

Online, live protests target NSA surveillanceupdated Tue Feb 11 2014 12:48:40

Hundreds of websites posted messages opposing online government surveillance on Tuesday, as activists planned live protests and other gatherings in cities all over the world.

Survey: Online trolls are 'everyday sadists'updated Tue Feb 11 2014 11:19:41

If you've ever complained that the trolls junking up online comment sections are a bunch of sadistic psychopaths, you might be onto something.

Google kicks off student Doodle contestupdated Thu Feb 06 2014 17:46:12

It gets more visitors than any art gallery and more clicks than any other single site on the Internet. Imagine getting your own drawing on Google's homepage.

Wikipedia wants you to hear voicesupdated Mon Jan 27 2014 12:12:14

Thanks to digital media, future generations will probably have no trouble hearing Arnold Schwarzenegger say "I'll be back" or James Earl Jones, as Darth Vader, telling Luke that he's his father.

Apparently This Matters: A ghost ship with cannibal ratsupdated Fri Jan 24 2014 17:25:12

It's the stuff of movies. Bad movies. But movies.

'123456' tops list of worst passwordsupdated Wed Jan 22 2014 18:25:38

Perhaps you chuckled at the irony of making your password "password." Or you thought it was the right place to express affection for your favorite primate by choosing "monkey."

She's a beauty and a geek: Supermodel is a coderupdated Mon Jan 20 2014 13:07:54

The term "software engineer" conjures images of pasty-faced young men with poor posture and limited social skills. And people think fashion models are all beauty and no brains.

Anti-NSA activists don't like Obama speechupdated Fri Jan 17 2014 14:51:53

In a development that should surprise absolutely no one, anti-NSA activists were quick Friday to say that President Barack Obama's efforts to limit the agency's spying activities didn't go far enough.

'Pay to play' on the Web?: Net neutrality explainedupdated Wed Jan 15 2014 19:17:01

How would you like to have to pay a fee to be able to stream YouTube videos at full speed? What if you liked downloading music from, say, Last.fm or Soundcloud, but those sites suddenly became infinitely slower than bigger sites like Amazon or iTunes?

Six odd and crazy technologies at CESupdated Mon Jan 06 2014 07:30:32

Smartphones can control drones, speeding robots, cameras and the temperature of your master bathroom. That's just some of the technology on display in Las Vegas this week at the annual International Consumer Electronics Show.

Did SeaWorld stuff ballots for 'Blackfish' poll?updated Fri Jan 03 2014 12:20:09

Maybe it's not surprising that in SeaWorld's hometown of Orlando, an online poll showed overwhelming support for the theme park in light of a recent documentary that has raised questions about its treatment of killer whales.

Last chance to stream 'Titanic,' 'Top Gun' on Netflixupdated Mon Dec 30 2013 11:56:48

If you're planning to stay home New Year's Day and stream classic movies on Netflix, you may be out of luck.

The top 10 tech 'fails' of 2013updated Fri Dec 27 2013 11:12:42

"Fail fast." It's a mantra you hear in the tech-startup world -- a reminder to chase your dreams even if you need to pick up the pieces and start from scratch every now and then.

The top 10 tech stories of 2013updated Mon Dec 23 2013 12:57:04

The biggest technology story of 2013 is one of the biggest stories of the year, period. It has had serious implications in the United States and around the world, and half a year later its true impact is only beginning to be felt.

Most-searched, shared of 2013updated Tue Dec 17 2013 10:29:35

Apple's Cook speaks out on civil rightsupdated Mon Dec 16 2013 15:13:03

In an uncharacteristically personal address, Apple CEO Tim Cook is speaking out about civil rights, saying equality for all is "at the core of my beliefs and values."

Yahoo's Mayer apologizes for e-mail outageupdated Mon Dec 16 2013 11:13:15

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer has apologized for a massive e-mail outage last week, calling the days-long glitch "unacceptable" and a "massive inconvenience."

Apparently This Matters: And the color of the year is ...updated Fri Dec 13 2013 15:58:18

I'm really not sure how I feel about the color purple. It's elegant and regal, but part of me also wants it to die in a ditch.

E-mail outage casts shadow over Yahoo turnaroundupdated Thu Dec 12 2013 14:33:49

A days-long outage for some Yahoo e-mail users is casting a dark shadow over a perceived turnaround at the once-mighty Internet player.

Leak: Government spies snooped in 'Warcraft,' other gamesupdated Mon Dec 09 2013 13:10:49

Spies with surveillance agencies in the United States and United Kingdom may have spent time undercover as orcs and blood elves, infiltrating video games like "World of Warcraft" in a hunt for terrorists "hiding in plain sight" online.

Stunning photo-realistic picture of Morgan Freeman is actually iPad paintingupdated Mon Dec 09 2013 05:01:48

Watching digital artist Kyle Lambert's stunning photo-realistic iPad paintings emerge from a blank screen is an awe-inspiring experience. The image of Morgan Freeman in the video above, created from a picture by Scott Gries, is so rich in detail that it is difficult to believe that you aren't looking at a photograph. Difficult until you see the brush strokes build from a blank canvas and turn into the Oscar-nominated actor before your very eyes.

Apparently This Matters: This one dog in Charlestonupdated Fri Dec 06 2013 12:39:29

A dog's life is fairly easy. It usually involves waking up late, eating some food and then passing out for eight hours in the backyard.

Microsoft fights back against NSA 'snooping'updated Thu Dec 05 2013 13:12:59

Still concerned about some faceless government bureaucrat peeking at your e-mails and other online communications? Well, you've got a new champion: Microsoft.

2013: The Web's year of the hoaxupdated Tue Dec 03 2013 21:00:17

News alert: Some things you read on the Internet are not true.

Cyber Monday deals on phones, TVs, clothesupdated Sun Dec 01 2013 20:47:10

How eager are retailers to boost sales this holiday season? It's no longer enough for them to offer one special day of discounts to online shoppers -- they're stretching the deals out over an entire week.

Internet gains are serendipity's lossupdated Wed Nov 20 2013 10:05:20

Chris Haufe is tired of Amazon's recommendations.

Yahoo to encrypt users' dataupdated Tue Nov 19 2013 11:24:25

In the wake of revelations about the National Security Agency's monitoring of traffic on the private international fiber links connecting the data centers of Google and Yahoo, Google stepped up its efforts to encrypt internal server traffic and block such monitoring.

Google to remove Maps image of slain teenupdated Mon Nov 18 2013 15:45:38

Google says it will replace a Google Maps image after a California father complained it shows the body of his teen-age son, who was shot to death in 2009.

New Google report shows growing number of government requests updated Thu Nov 14 2013 20:13:25

The United States government's hunger for information on Google users is continuing to rise. The tech company had more requests for user information in the first half of this year from the United States than any period before, according to the bi-annual Google transparency report released on Thursday.

Authors' case against Google Books dismissed updated Thu Nov 14 2013 17:27:45

Google began an ambitious project in 2004: to scan and index the world's paper books and make them searchable online.

Netflix TV gets major overhaulupdated Wed Nov 13 2013 12:34:19

Netflix users who stream video to their televisions will be seeing a major overhaul in the next few days.

Trio of young coders build health-care website in daysupdated Mon Nov 11 2013 14:29:05

How hard is it to create a website to help people get health insurance under the Affordable Care Act?

Apparently This Matters: Cats in clothesupdated Fri Nov 08 2013 18:07:41

I'm typing this in bed, lying next to my dog, Mikey. We're best buds, and it's sort of a thing we do. There's also the occasional tongue kiss.

Google's Rorschach test: What you seeupdated Fri Nov 08 2013 11:37:21

People of the Internet, make yourself comfortable on the couch. Google would like to psychoanalyze you.

Get live help from experts over Google Helpoutsupdated Tue Nov 05 2013 00:03:26

You're attempting to make meringue and your egg whites are a runny mess. What if you could pick up your phone or computer and instantly video chat with a cooking expert who can take a look at your kitchen disaster and tell you exactly what you're doing wrong?

Obamacare site: When is a crash not a crash?updated Wed Oct 30 2013 17:00:19

When is a website crash not a crash? That question has been on the minds of many since the government official responsible for the beleaguered HealthCare.gov site testified Wednesday before Congress.

How to counter online bulliesupdated Wed Oct 30 2013 08:59:26

Kelly Simpson was a cyberbully.

Nielsen adds Web viewers to its TV ratingsupdated Mon Oct 28 2013 17:25:05

A TV show can be wildly popular online, inspiring binge-watching marathons and feverish Twitter chatter, but it's still the number of people turning in via a regular television set that are counted most by networks.

Microsoft exec savages Apple's 'struggling, lightweight' toolsupdated Thu Oct 24 2013 12:03:38

A Microsoft executive took to the tech giant's official blog Wednesday to take an uncharacteristically direct shot at rival Apple.

Online dating now widely accepted, survey saysupdated Mon Oct 21 2013 12:21:55

If eHarmony or Match.com features more prominently in your "how we met" story than a smoky nightclub or the produce aisle, you're probably not so reluctant to admit it.

Why Anonymous wants justice in the Missouri rape caseupdated Wed Oct 16 2013 17:16:55

Among the calls for justice in the Maryville, Missouri, rape case is one from a familiar Guy Fawkes mask-wearing face.

How to exchange money using just an e-mailupdated Wed Oct 16 2013 11:00:54

Square, the mobile app and hardware that turns a smartphone into a cash register, is now letting users send and receive money as easily as sending an e-mail.

Web's black market peddles drugs, guns and moreupdated Fri Oct 04 2013 16:41:27

Authorities say Silk Road, the shadowy "deep Web" site shut down by the FBI this week, was the Internet's biggest destination for drugs and other illegal goods.

New California 'revenge porn' law may miss some victimsupdated Thu Oct 03 2013 01:16:33

For many victims, California's new "revenge porn" law doesn't go far enough.

Former NSA contractor designs 'surveillance-proof' fontupdated Mon Sep 30 2013 09:18:43

Can graphic design help protect your privacy? Sang Mun, a designer and former NSA contractor, thinks so.

Google search turns 15, gets a makeoverupdated Thu Sep 26 2013 17:39:38

With Google Glass, a new quest to cure death and driverless cars, it can be easy to forget what Google's primary business is: search.

Study: 15% of U.S. adults are not onlineupdated Wed Sep 25 2013 17:26:28

Yes, they exist. And there might be more of them than you think.

Yahoo and Facebook ask for more NSA transparency updated Wed Sep 11 2013 22:39:47

Mark Zuckerberg and Marissa Mayer are limited in what they can say about their companies' dealings with the NSA, but one thing is clear: They want more transparency from the U.S. government.

YouTube confession: Sincere or slick manipulation?updated Mon Sep 09 2013 18:18:15

Matthew Cordle hasn't yet been found liable of killing a man while drinking and driving, but there's not much question about whether he's guilty.

Ghetto Tracker site offends, dies and returnsupdated Fri Sep 06 2013 17:16:53

Its name was an early clue that the venture was a badly executed idea.

Blissfully wired: 10 rules for digital happinessupdated Thu Sep 05 2013 07:38:58

I'm the Luddite professor: My students are not allowed to use cell phones or laptops in my classes. During the break, they can power up and engage in a text and email frenzy for ten minutes -- then it's time to unplug again. Not all professors are this stringent with technology in the classroom.

Yahoo rolls out its new logoupdated Thu Sep 05 2013 01:47:30

After an extensive, month-long buildup, Yahoo has finally unveiled its new logo.

'Africa's father of the internet:' Web pioneer on bringing a continent onlineupdated Wed Sep 04 2013 05:27:01

If you're reading this somewhere in Africa, then perhaps you should thank Nii Quaynor.

California weighs making 'revenge porn' illegalupdated Thu Aug 29 2013 15:00:13

In the aftermath of a failed relationship, jilted lovers have been known to lash out by posting sexually explicit photos or videos of their exes online.

Syrian group cited as New York Times outage continuesupdated Tue Aug 27 2013 17:30:49

The New York Times website was still experiencing some issues late Wednesday and early Thursday following a widespread outage. Evidence continued to mount that it was the result of an attack by the Syrian Electronic Army.

The sportswriter who blogged his suicideupdated Fri Aug 23 2013 18:22:32

Martin Manley hated waking up early, but on his 60th birthday he did -- or more likely, never went to sleep the night before.

Huffington Post to ban anonymous commentsupdated Thu Aug 22 2013 17:35:40

Arianna Huffington is fed up with the trolls.

Report: NSA can see 75% of U.S. Web messagesupdated Wed Aug 21 2013 11:24:29

The National Security Agency has built a network that can access as much as 75% of all U.S. Web traffic -- a larger amount than has been publicly announced -- according to a new report.

Yahoo's Marissa Mayer turns heads with Vogue photo shootupdated Mon Aug 19 2013 19:22:00

Since taking the helm of Yahoo after years in Google's upper echelon, Marissa Mayer has been at the center of plenty of talk not focused on turning around the once-mighty Web giant.

Facebook launches Instagram videoupdated Mon Aug 12 2013 13:53:52

Facebook announced a new short-video service for Instagram to compete with Twitter's app, Vine.

Go sightseeing with the new Google Mapsupdated Wed May 15 2013 19:09:07

Google's Bernhard Seefeld demonstrates how you can go sightseeing using the Google Maps and even watch the sun set.

Google takes on Pandora, Spotifyupdated Wed May 15 2013 16:40:15

Google is taking on music-streaming services like Pandora and Spotify with its own service called Google Play All Access.

How will the web change in 2013?updated Fri Mar 08 2013 15:25:33

Wordpress founder Matt Mullenweg, Joanna Shields from Tech City, and Google's Eze Vidra share their tech tips for 2013.

Mozilla launches Firefox OSupdated Fri Mar 01 2013 11:54:18

Mozilla Chairwoman, Mitchell Baker talks to CNN's Kristie Lu Stout about introduction of their new Firefox OS.

Cuba's indie tech festivalupdated Mon Jun 25 2012 06:01:44

CNN's Patrick Oppmann reports Cuban techies got together for a festival without having any technology.

New software helps online job-seekersupdated Sun Aug 07 2011 13:32:58

Craig Bell reports a new company has created software to help online job-seekers know where they stand in the process.

Inside China's hacker worldupdated Thu Aug 04 2011 07:55:33

CNN's Eunice Yoon gets insights on Chinese hacking from a self-described godfather of China's hacker world.

Breivik's digital footprintupdated Mon Jul 25 2011 12:13:57

Cyber sleuths try to learn details about mass shooting suspect Anders Behring Breivik. CNN's Kristi Lu Stout reports.

'Bitcoin' virtual currency pros and consupdated Tue Jul 19 2011 11:40:37

CNN's Felicia Taylor explains how "Bitcoin," an online currency works.

The online security generation gapupdated Fri Jul 08 2011 09:24:02

A young British woman and her grandmother demonstrate how different generations view internet security.

How to hide your online footprintupdated Tue Jun 28 2011 13:01:06

CNN's Michael Holmes looks at the digital footprint we leave behind and ways to hide our online lives.

Anna Wintour sets sights on new mediaupdated Wed Jun 15 2011 15:10:28

In an exclusive interview, CNN's Felicia Taylor talks with Vogue Editor Anna Wintour about vogue.com's revamp.

Will data caps threaten cloud services?updated Thu Jun 09 2011 12:47:20

CNN's Kristie Lu Stout explains how ISP-imposed limits on how much data you can download could affect cloud computing.

June 8 is World IPv6 Dayupdated Wed Jun 08 2011 13:59:30

Major websites test new versions of Internet protocol in an experiment known as IPv6 Day. Kristie Lu Stout explains.

Cloud security concerns criticsupdated Wed Jun 08 2011 10:37:48

Will cloud computing make hacking and ID theft easier? CNN's Felicia Taylor reports.

Rare look at a cloud computing centerupdated Tue Jun 07 2011 10:38:45

CNN's Emily Reuben gets a rare glimpse inside the data center of a cloud facility at an undisclosed location in London.

iCloud center of Apple's digital hubupdated Tue Jun 07 2011 10:30:07

CNN's Kristie Lu Stout explains what Apple's iCloud can and cannot do.

In Singapore many shoot before they eatupdated Fri May 20 2011 00:59:38

CNN's Liz Neisloss is in Singapore, where passions run high for food, photos of it and sharing both online.

Palace guard yanked over Facebook postupdated Mon Apr 25 2011 11:23:51

A Buckingham Palace guard is removed from royal wedding duty over comments he put on Facebook.

U.S. e-book sales top printupdated Fri Apr 22 2011 10:30:29

For the first time, sales of electronic books in the U.S. exceed sales of print. CNN's Adriana Hauser reports.

The Chinese town the internet builtupdated Thu Mar 31 2011 09:28:49

CNN's Eunice Yoon travels to a village where the residents make their living selling through Taobao.com.

How Chinese circumvent 'firewall' onlineupdated Mon Mar 28 2011 20:40:26

CNN's Jo Ling Kent in Beijing explains China's "Great Firewall" and how users circumvent it.

Chatting with a Chinese blog pioneerupdated Mon Mar 28 2011 07:30:45

There are over 60 million bloggers in China, and he was among the first ones. CNN's Kristie Lu Stout talks to Isaac Mao.

Google tool helps find Japan's missingupdated Sun Mar 13 2011 03:23:39

CNN's Reggie Aqui explains how the internet has once again played a role connecting people after a disaster.

Steve Jobs returns to unveil iPad2updated Wed Mar 02 2011 13:56:17

Apple CEO Steve Jobs appears at the debut of the iPad 2 in San Francisco.

Google's Vint Cerf on web futureupdated Fri Feb 25 2011 06:26:12

One of the internet's founding fathers talks about Google's new boss and "Revolution 2.0" in Egypt.

Vint Cerf: New Google boss 'ambitious'updated Thu Feb 24 2011 13:48:01

Vint Cerf, one of the Web's founding fathers and Google Chief Evangelist, talks about Google's new boss, Larry Page.

Fixing "boring" TV news with animationupdated Mon Feb 07 2011 14:22:40

CNN's Kristie Lu Stout spoke to Jimmy Lai, the man behind Taiwan's hit political animations.

Anybody can be a hacker, for a priceupdated Wed Jan 26 2011 17:17:53

A website claims to give "administrator" access to various web addresses for a price, causing serious security threats.

Qwiki: Wiki meets Facebook, Googleupdated Mon Jan 24 2011 18:52:25

CNN's Dan Simon has an exclusive interview with the founders of "Qwiki," a new website that could compete with Google.

Google's management shake-upupdated Fri Jan 21 2011 14:55:47

CNN Money's David Goldman discusses the new man filling the CEO hot seat at Google and why Eric Schmidt stepped down.

2010: Group coupon business soarsupdated Fri Jan 21 2011 11:17:24

In August 2010, the CEO of Groupon.com discussed the success of the group coupon website.

The end of the Wintel alliance?updated Fri Jan 07 2011 14:48:54

CNN's Kristie Lu Stout examines the future of Microsoft Windows and its potential use on mobile devices.

Internet outlook for 2011updated Thu Dec 30 2010 14:07:30

CNN's Maggie Lake talks to internet guru Caterina Fake about her predictions for the web in 2011.

S. Korea loses cyberspace legal battleupdated Wed Dec 29 2010 10:44:44

South Korea's government loses a legal battle over web control. CNN's Kyung Lah reports.

Geek-tastic giftsupdated Fri Dec 17 2010 13:22:35

CNN's Kristie Lu Stout brings you some of the best gift ideas for the geek on your shopping list.

Facebook enters e-mail gameupdated Wed Dec 15 2010 12:12:35

Does Facebook's foray into e-mail fundamentally change how we use e-mail? And will it make e-mails shorter?

Openleaks' different approachupdated Mon Dec 13 2010 14:20:13

Openleaks founder Daniel Domscheit-Berg explains how Openleaks will differ from WikiLeaks.

Explain it to me: Cyber attacksupdated Fri Dec 10 2010 13:06:17

CNN.com's John Sutter explains the recent denial-of-service cyber attacks and how they affect you.

Why isn't WikiLeaks trending?updated Thu Dec 09 2010 09:57:16

CNN's Etan Horowitz explains why terms relating to WikiLeaks are not consistently trending on Twitter.

WikiLeaks battles to stay onlineupdated Fri Dec 03 2010 10:52:50

A CNN.com producer explains how the WikiLeaks site was reportedly targeted by a string of cyber attacks.

Chris Hughes' life after Facebookupdated Thu Dec 02 2010 05:31:16

In this time of giving, Facebook's co-founder has launched a new social media site focusing on charity work.

Suicide streamed live sparks debateupdated Mon Nov 29 2010 13:13:17

A Japanese man's live video stream of his suicide sparks privacy debates. CNN's Kyung Lah explains.

Facebook e-mail a game changer?updated Tue Nov 16 2010 10:39:16

Facebook announces a new messaging system that may create competition for e-mail providers. Affiliate KGO reports.

Baidu succeeds where Google strugglesupdated Fri Nov 12 2010 07:41:48

Is China's biggest search engine a Google clone with a home court advantage, or an innovator in its own right?

Viral video: West vs. Chinaupdated Tue Nov 09 2010 12:13:48

Tudou CEO Gary Wang tells News Stream how videos that go viral in China compare to those popular on YouTube.

Jimmy Wales on the hot seatupdated Mon Nov 08 2010 16:08:31

Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales runs the gamut in a wide-ranging interview with News Stream.

Miners, apple make tech newsupdated Thu Oct 14 2010 18:06:50

The Chilean miners bring in big web traffic and Apple patents an anti-sexting program.

Web browsers battle for surfersupdated Mon Oct 11 2010 18:25:27

CNN's Ali Velshi explores which Web broswer is best for you.

The future of staying connectedupdated Mon Oct 11 2010 08:43:46

Cisco's Senior VP Carlos Dominguez talks to CNN's Ali Velshi about how we may use communications tools in the future.

Dot-com start-ups looking for fameupdated Wed Sep 29 2010 12:03:13

"American Idol" meets the tech world. Some promising start-ups meet in San Francisco hoping to get buzz and money.

Facebook, iPad make tech newsupdated Fri Sep 24 2010 14:35:59

Facebook outages cause headaches for the addicted and an iPad plays a part in baby delivery.

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