A French company is taking Google Maps to court for unfair competition, seeking €500,000 ($706,000) in damages from the US-based Internet giant, a judicial official said on Wednesday.
Longtime computer security rivals are joining forces to battle increasingly sophisticated online attacks by cyber criminals
Twitter is wooing businesses with a "Twitter 101" online course in how the hot microblogging service can be used to boost bottom lines.
Google's ambitious book scanning project, already facing anti-trust scrutiny and awaiting court approval, is also raising concerns among privacy advocates and civil liberties groups.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates said he was forced to give up on the social networking phenomenon Facebook after too many people wanted to be his friend.
The Aarto traffic offenses website is back online after it was temporarily suspended following an "administrative error"
Users are noting decreased follower counts as inconsistencies are corrected
A Dutch couple is to be prosecuted in the Netherlands over allegations that they bought a Belgian baby on the Internet, authorities said Thursday.
Microsoft plans to close MSN Soapbox at the end of August, pulling the plug on an online video-sharing service that competed with Google-owned YouTube.
Bureaucracy and a shortage of employees with technology prowess have left the US government without the talent it needs to defend against cyber attacks, a study warned on Wednesday.