On a blustery spring day five years ago, Yakov Lapitzy pointed a video camera at his friend Jawed Karim standing in front of two elephants at the San Diego Zoo and hit the record button.
New Zealanders unhappy with changes to Facebook's privacy settings can share their concerns with the Privacy Commissioner.
An appeals court in Chicago has ruled that an infomercial pitchman won't have to serve a 30-day jail sentence for getting his supporters to flood a federal judge's e-mail inbox.
Hewlett-Packard has issued a worldwide recall for another 54,000 lithium-ion batteries used in HP and Compaq computers after receiving reports of injuries from the batteries overheating and rupturing.
Countries around the world are pledging to get tough with companies that market beer and liquor on social media networks such as Facebook, warning that such promotions threaten to entice a new generation into harmful drinking patterns.
A Pennsylvania school district that was at the center of a highly publicised "sexting" case has been sued by a teenager who claims her principal confiscated her cell phone, found nude images she had taken of herself and turned it over to prosecutors.
An online privacy group has found that an overwhelming majority of web browsers have unique signatures - creating identifiable "fingerprints" that can be used to track you as you surf the internet.
Giving new meaning to the term "server farm," a team of Hewlett-Packard researchers has come up with a plan to build an environmentally-friendly data centre powered by manure.
Google believes it has come up with the technology to unite web surfing with channel surfing on televisions.
Google Wave, the web-based communication and collaboration tool that sparked a firestorm of anticipation when it was announced last year, is now available for general release.
Google will open a web applications store later this year in an attempt to make it easier to find and set up programs within the internet giant's Chrome browser.
Software developers are responding to concerns about Facebook's recent changes to privacy settings by releasing free applications to help users reclaim control of their personal information.
It's been three years, an eternity for gadgets, since Apple unveiled the iPhone, and by now other phones do some things better. Yet Apple is selling more iPhones than ever. What is it about the iPhone?
Google will make an ambitious bid to extend its reach into the living room when it debuts its internet television software this week.
Quelling rumors of a breakup, Facebook and the company behind many of the most popular games on the social network say they've signed a five-year partnership that will keep "Farmville," ''Mafia Wars" and "Cafe World" on the site.
Computer scientists have found ways to hack the computers included in most modern cars, allowing them to take control with sometimes terrifying results.
YouTube, which celebrates its fifth birthday this month, has reached another milestone: 2 billion views a day.
Some of the phrases from the distant past were stirred in memories by the Government's announcement of extra funding for science and technology research.