An Austrian law graduate spearheading a class action case against Facebook for alleged privacy breaches officially filed the suit in a Vienna court.
It's not just your imagination: most American teenagers are online or on their smartphones every day, and many are almost continually connected.
Yahoo told US regulators that it will spend another $2 billion buying back shares as the pioneering US Internet search firm continues an effort to re-invent itself.
Twitter chief Dick Costolo said the microblogging site planned to work with Indonesian authorities to warn people about natural disasters.
Facebook is turning its Messenger application into a platform for e-commerce, video and more in a bid to shake up online communication.
Tengrinews has experienced the largest DDoS attack on a news source in Kazakhstan on March 20.
Facebook announced it was launching a system to send money to friends for US customers using its Messenger mobile app.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel urged closer high-tech cooperation with China as she opened a major IT business fair where the Asian giant is the official partner country.
Twitter said it had purchased the maker of the video streaming app Periscope, amid what seems to be surging interest in live video sharing.
A video carrying a message of buying Kazakhstan-made products has appeared in the Kazakh Internet space.
Google unveiled plans for a new campus headquarters integrating wildlife and sweeping waterways, aiming to make a big statement in Silicon Valley.
Google said that Gmail is now available in Burmese, marking the 74th language for the popular email service.
Kazakhstan's Senate has approved a draft law protecting children from harmful information. One of its provisions bans 'promotion of non-traditional sexual orientation'.
YouTube revealed plans for the US release of a mobile application built with children -- and their parents' concerns -- in mind.
If you thought today's young YouTube celebrities have only virtual contact with their fans, think again. They have taken on something new: real life.
Microsoft announced that it has acquired hit mobile calendar application Sunrise in a deal reported to be valued about $100 million.
Facebook, Yahoo and other technology firms announced the creation of a "ThreatExchange" to share information to help thwart cyberattacks.
An update to Google's free online map service let users become local guides who post reviews of businesses and venues in a challenge to Yelp.
Twitter chief Dick Costolo said Thursday that "a relationship" with Google has been rekindled, but he was coy on the details.
Yahoo is spinning off its stake in Chinese Internet giant Alibaba, splitting off the valuable holdings in a move that sidesteps taxes.
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