Over 1.6 million comments have reportedly been sent to FCC as tech giants joined the war against the proposed net neutrality regulations.
Dispute over purple-coloured garage door prompts elaborate revenge scheme.
She has won awards for her designs on the stage and in film.
Searing blog post from Team Kodi recommends pirates "expect ZERO sympathy or support".
Russian users forced to register details in order to access adult site, following tussle with authorities.
The scientist was born 293 years ago.
Picture taken at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport takes has Twitter in a frenzy.
UK Intellectual Property Office found that one in four Brits accessed pirated content in past three months.
ACS wants an injunction against Sci-Hub for replicating its website and distributing articles for free.
The famous fortnight gets the search engine's graphic treatment.
The feature allows users to locate available public Wi-Fi hotspots that nearby businesses have shared.
Which? broadband research makes for terrible reading if you live in Scotland.
These firms have drawn fierce criticism earlier over extremist content and hate speech on their sites.
Harvard students say publicly available information is enough for criminals to work out host addresses.
YouTube TV is expanding to additional 10 markets in a couple of weeks.
Elsevier might have won a legal judgement against Sci-Hub, but the publisher is unlikely to see a dime.
A quakebot algorithm used by the Los Angeles Times alerted everyone to a California quake from 1925.
Pilot background checking scheme run by Montreal church aims to protect minors from abuse.
How using online data can help you beat the system and find a cheaper seat.
Google is also working with Facebook, Microsoft and Twitter to develop technology to deal with online terrorism.