Craigslist cannot protect its listing under copyright law in its case against apartment listings site PadMapper, but the app may still be in hot water with the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.
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Twitter sent out a letter to publications today warning them that more attacks will come in the future and to start preparing now.
Marissa Mayer just gave new mothers 16 weeks of maternity leave, and fathers 8 weeks. But you don't have to be a parent to get in on the paid time off.
Virgin Galactic successfully paired up its SpaceShip2 spacecraft with a special rocket engine for its first flight as a unit. It goes fast.
Opera plans to sue a former employee that it claims gave competitor Mozilla trade secrets about its browser products.
Twitter is finally talking to one developer who created an advertising app he said should be shut down by the social network.
China's take on Twitter, Weibo, sold an 18 percent stake of itself to major e-commerce site Alibaba today. The two hope to make hundreds of millions of dollars for the social media company while building out a mobile and social commerce mode for Alibaba.
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LivingSocial, the international daily deals company, is alerting 50 million of its members to hack that left names, emails, birthdays, and hashed passwords exposed.
Tumblr has been on a mobile app updating roll! The company has released an update to its iOS app, days after launching its first Windows Phone 8 app.
While two-factor authentication is a great extra barrier between hackers and you, it wouldn't have stopped the phishing attack that led to the hack on the AP's Twitter account.
Wavii, a content summary startup, is likely going to close a deal to be acquired by Google in the next week.
iTunes -- the online store that sells movies, music, and apps for Apple devices -- brought in $4 billion in revenue this quarter.
The AP Twitter account was breached today. The hackers sent out a bogus tweet about an attack on the White House.
Tumblr released the app this morning, bringing the "post anything" blogging website to a whole new host of phones.
Matthew Keys, Reuters' social media editor, was fired today following an indictment that accuses Keys of helping hackers access his former employer's severs.
Yahoo updated its app today to include technology from recently acquired "summary" startup Summly.
The White House is celebrating its third science fair today where you'll see new biofuels, robots, and more. All from the kids of America.
After many suspects were incorrectly identified by would-be investigators online, law enforcement made the decision to release the photos of the suspected Boston bombers.
Facebook has reportedly chosen Iowa as the next state to hold a massive, $1.5 billion data center.