Google will stop automatically rerouting users of its China search site to its Hong Kong site after Beijing threatened the company with the loss of its internet license.
Google's Chrome browser has overtaken Apple's Safari in the US for the first time on a weekly basis, according to StatCounter.
Apple's new iPhone 4 costs almost $US20 ($NZ28.70) more to make than its predecessor, the iPhone 3GS, but the device will still help the company continue to rack up high profits, the research group iSuppli says.
Violence in intimate relationships is all too common - just ask any cop who's responded to the calls. But younger generations who grew up with computer technology have more to worry about then a punch or slap. Cyberstalking is emerging as a form of partner violence that differs from traditional domestic abuse and is troubling in the ease in which it occurs.
A court in central France has convicted a young Frenchman accused of infiltrating Twitter and peeping at the account of President Barack Obama, and given him a five-month suspended prison sentence.
Apple chief executive Steve Jobs has once again pulled a new iPhone out of his proverbial magician's hat, leading hordes of gadget-happy consumers to wait in line for hours to snag one.
In the murky world of the internet, how do you ever really know who you're talking to, who you're buying from or if your bank can actually tell it's you when you log in to pay a bill?
First there's the anticipation. Then, the long lines, followed by the triumphant walk out of the Apple store, new gadget in hand. Now, inevitably, the first slew of complaints are in, among them that just holding the iPhone 4 a certain way can interfere with calls.
When the Microsoft-designed School of the Future opened, the facility was a paragon of contemporary architecture, with a green roof, light-filled corridors and the latest classroom technology, all...
San Francisco's Board of Supervisors has approved a new law requiring cell phone retailers to post the amount of radiation emitted from their phones.
Porn sites have stepped closer to a new ".xxx" internet address after the global internet oversight agency said it made mistakes in rejecting it three years ago.
Twitter has agreed to settle charges by federal regulators that it put the privacy of its users at risk by failing to protect them from data security lapses last year that let hackers access their accounts.
Microsoft's Bing search site is getting an entertainment section with click-to-play music, television shows, movies and casual games.
Apple's newest iPhone was in short supply just hours after its global launch began in Tokyo, as hundreds queued outside stores across the city to become among the first in the world to own the device.
Former Fairfax Media chief executive David Kirk is joining the board of trans-Pacific data cable company Pacific Fibre and is investing in the project.
A federal judge has handed Google a major victory by rebuffing media company Viacom's attempt to collect more than $US1 billion ($NZ 1.4 billion) in damages for the alleged copyright abuses of Google's popular YouTube service.
A new version of Firefox released yesterday aims to minimise crashes by isolating third-party plugins like Adobe's flash when they crash.