NSA's Google and Yahoo data taps may be legal thanks to decades-old presidential order
Rights groups urge UN to back right to privacy against unlawful surveillance in digital age
For as little as $35, movie fans can cut the cord - or even cable - to wired streaming-video devices, letting people quickly, conveniently, and cheaply watch programs on their home TV sets.
Google has agreed to a settlement requiring the Internet giant to change its privacy practices, in particular its setting cookies on certain Safari web browsers during 2011 and 2012.
Google is trying to take a bigger bite out of Apple and Microsoft's holiday sales in retail stores by opening gadget showrooms in six locations, including in the Washington, D.C area.
As quickly as the technology world has changed, the pace is expected to speed up as mobile applications become more prevalent. Many of the tech world's big players are coming to a summit next month in Tysons Corner.
Computer experts are warning about the quickly spreading and vicious malware that locks down files and demands a ransom. A victim of CryptoLocker tells her story.
Computer experts, including Data Doctor Ken Colburn, are warning about a vicious malware virus that locks a computer's files and demands a ransom for their return.
A new study shows a marked division of what is considered appropriate mobile phone behavior during business meetings.
WTOP just bought Google Glass - the Internet-connected eyewear that everyone is talking about. Now we just have to figure out how it works.
Italian government says it is taking steps to improve data privacy protection for citizens
With Twitter's stock now public, a lot of people and businesses are wondering whether now is the time to begin tweeting. The microblogging site is revolutionizing the way companies get their messages out.
Ten years have flown by, yet time has been kind to one of the most popular holiday movies, "Love Actually."
Brazil and Germany introduce UN resolution to protect Internet privacy from eavesdroppers
Slowing growth for Twitter in Asia shows challenge to keep users engaged, grow advertising
A Japanese fast-food chain says women don't like to be seen with their mouths wide open. So, the chain invented a paper mask to shield a women's mouth while she wolfs down a huge hamburger.
Challenges abound for Twitter ahead of and beyond initial public offering
Identity theft is a growing concern for a group that might not seem likely: Teenagers.
Privacy experts warn nothing is private online. So, many people - including young job-seekers - are trying to clean-up their Internet personas.
The search for after-school activities and kids' camps can be time-consuming and frustrating. Activity Rocket lets a parent type a child's age, location, and area of interest and quickly search for options.
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