Moscow (AFP) - Two Russian cosmonauts and an American astronaut on Tuesday landed back on Earth in Kazakhstan after a stay of more than half a year aboard the International Space Station.
Former security contractor Edward Snowden, addressing a sympathetic crowd at a tech-heavy event in Texas from a secret location in Russia, said proposed reforms at the National Security Agency show that he was vindicated in leaking classified material.
Washington (AFP) - Newsweek magazine, online only since the end of 2012, will return to print starting Friday in the United States and Europe.
By Alexei Oreskovic
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets will vastly expand the number of companies who advertise online and will allow Internet comp...
San Francisco (AFP) - Yahoo on Wednesday confirmed that it will stop letting people sign into its online services using credentials from rival Internet titans Facebook or Google.
By Jeremy Wagstaff
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Some of those who have lost bitcoins in the collapse of Mt. Gox have turned to internet sleuthing to find out where their money has gone - but t...
By Victoria Bryan and Tim Hepher
BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's Lufthansa on Wednesday announced plans to offer wirelessly streamed movies to passengers on trans-European flights, sparkin...
San Francisco (AFP) - Flipboard on Wednesday announced it is buying rival online news reader Zite from cable news stalwart CNN, boldly declaring a bid to become "the world's best personal magazine."
Australian law enforcement agencies are increasingly unable to monitor the communications of some of the country's most powerful criminals due to the rising prevalence of uncrackable encrypted phones.
New York (AFP) - Big bitcoin backers the Winklevoss brothers said Wednesday they had used the virtual currency to buy tickets into space on Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic aircraft.
San Francisco (AFP) - Facebook is taking aim at people who are using the social network or Instagram photo-sharing platform to sell guns.