Craiglist’s decision to drop its adult services section is being hailed as a victory — but is it really?
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A venture capitalist hopes to equip 1,000 livery cars in New York City with WiFi by early fall, the Wall Street Journal reports — and then blanket the city with roaming hotspots.
The Internet is a largely wonderful thing. Among other things, it allows people stay connected — even when they’re flying across country.
Has your mind been plagued by a question? Are you desperately looking for a straight answer and not just a bunch of links? All you have to do is ask, or rather go to ask.com.
A relatively unknown website has released what is comparable to the 1971 publication of the Pentagon Papers relating to the Vietnam War.
One of America’s most secretive military facilities reportedly embedded a series of numbers and letters in its logo for the public to crack.
Woot, the popular deal-a-day site recently acquired by Amazon, has called the Associated Press out on one of the wire service’s more controversial decisions — the move to charge non-subscribers for using its content.