The Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to move ahead with a proposal of new rules that could set standards for Internet providers who wish to create paid priority fast lanes on their networks.
A wildly-popular smartphone-based game that mysteriously shut down earlier this year will soon return with multi-player functionality, according to the game’s creator.
Santa Rosa police arrested a man Tuesday on suspicion of trying to commit lewd acts with a minor.
Redwood City police are taking a new approach to reconnect stolen items with their rightful owners—they’re putting it up on Pinterest, a social networking site.
Amazon is linking up with Twitter to make online shopping even easier with a new service that may prey upon your impulsive purchasing habits.
Customers who order before noon can get items such as diapers, toothpaste, detergent and other family needs as well as some electronics, travel needs and select office supplies.
Facebook says it will let users log in to apps anonymously, without sharing their identities and personal information with mobile applications they don’t trust.
Yahoo is planning to roll out its own original, cable TV-style programming, according to a published report.
The ticket-selling website will provide direct access to premium tickets to Broadway…
Kevin Gorman will advise students and professors on the best practices for editing and article on Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia that gets 500 million monthly visitors, many of whom are doing the editing and updating of the website.