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People struggling with thoughts of suicide or self-harm often drop hints of those thoughts to friends in conversation, in emails — even on Facebook.
The Federal Communications Commission votes to prohibit Internet service providers from granting faster access to companies that pay for the privilege.
The FCC passed net neutrality rules, which treat broadband providers as "common carriers" -- like other utilities including gas or electricity.
Apple will hold an event March 9, the company said Thursday, amid speculation that the launch of the Apple Watch was near.
After protests, millions of letters and and support from the White House, open-Internet activists scored a major victory.
Saboteurs, spies and thieves are expanding their computer attacks against a vulnerable American Internet infrastructure, chipping away at U.S. wealth.
Hyperloop Transportation Technologies has signed an agreement with a developer in central California to build a five-mile Hyperloop line.
Hunter Moore, 28, faces a minimum of two years in prison and up to seven years for his role in a scheme to hack emails and post nude photos online.
A cybercrime operation that stole banking information by hacking more than 3 million computers has been disrupted by European police.
If you're looking for a good way to back up your tunes without spending a dime, Google Music just got a big boost to its free storage limit.
If you like the idea of smartphone-activated door locks but aren't quite ready to get out the drill, the ultra-simple Sesame might be for you.
A new AI system outperforms people on a number of old Atari titles, but it learned how to do so just like a human - and may learn much more soon.
For the scores of vehicle owners who are tired of not being able to get their in-car communication systems to work: You are not alone.
A lawyer said his client, 45-year-old Ellen Pao, had received erotic poetry and sketches of nude women from a senior partner.
Only 32 percent of people in developing nations have access to the Internet, according to a new report from Facebook.
Drones were spotted flying over landmark locations in Paris for a second night running on Wednesday, local media reported.
Digital security company Gemalto said that an investigation showed that an alleged hack by British and American spies "probably happened."