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Justice Secretary Chris Grayling stated his intentions to raise the criminal penalty for cyber trolling in the UK up to a maximum two-year sentence, following several high profile harassment cases.
The highly anticipated Halo: The Master Chief Collection is set to release next month, and as a teaser, 343 Industries has filmed a documentary chronicling their remastering of the legendary Halo 2.
The BBC has taken a stand against what it says are wrongful removals under the EU's 'right to be forgotten' ruling, and is planning to publish a list of its articles which are removed from Google.
Netflix stock is down nearly 20 percent after hours, following lower-than-expected subscriber figures during Q3 2014 and rising threats from many of Netflix's competitors.
Owners of an ultra high definition 4K TV will soon have to pay nearly $3 extra a month to Netflix in exchange for 4K streaming content, in the service's most significant price hike since May.
Yahoo is reportedly closing a deal to invest in instant messaging service Snapchat, in a move that will net Snapchat millions of dollars and which values the company at $10 billion.
Marriott hotels has agreed to pay a civil penalty of $600,000 to the FCC as well as cease their unlawful actions in response to an investigation claiming that they illegally blocked guests' WiFi.
Mainland China has placed a nationwide block on popular photo sharing service Instagram, likely to prevent the spread of photos from Hong Kong's ongoing pro-Democracy protests.
Microsoft has announced a wired Xbox One controller, coming this December, compatible with Windows 7 and Windows 8 for gaming on the PC without using a mouse or keyboard.
A new report claims that Microsoft is in "serious talks" to buy Mojang, the Swedish company responsible for the massively popular online game Minecraft, for over $2 billion.
Microsoft is planning on adding a wealth of new features to Xbox One over the coming months, and they've posted a new video showcasing all of the new additions coming in October.
The malware used in the massive Target data breach last December, which affected more than 110 million people, has now hit customers from almost every single Home Depot store in the United States.
Following a lawsuit from Getty Images over copyright infringement, Microsoft has bit the bullet and removed the beta version of its Bing Image Widget, which allowed site owners to easily embed media.
A new survey polling users of the BlackBerry, Android, and Windows Phone platforms has found that WP users remain the most dedicated; that is, they're the least likely to switch to Apple's iPhone 6.
Apple's CEO Tim Cook has announced in an interview that the company would be adding new security features to iCloud, including alerts that notify you if someone tries to change your password.
HTC previously offered 50GB of free storage on Google Drive for anyone with an HTC smartphone, but now they're doubling the storage to 100GB -- and better yet, it's free to all HTC users, old and new.
Dozens of fake cell phone towers -- which eavesdrop on Android devices, and can even install spyware remotely on the OS -- have been discovered throughout the United States by security experts.
Apple has long been praised for its PR mastery, but it's hordes of positive press isn't a coincidence: the company whips certain journalists to provide good coverage, and even spies on writers.
Facebook is taking measures to boost quality journalism by reducing the number of clickbait headlines shown in news feeds and making good headlines more visible.
Twitter is partnering with ecommerce service Stripe later this year to introduce "buy" buttons, allowing users to make purchases and process payments without ever leaving the site.
Google's latest acquisition is Gecko Designs -- a Los Gatos, California-based industrial design firm that will help develop Google X products including self-driving cars and internet balloons.
According to reports, Google is working on a new initiative which would give children under the age of 13 their own accounts on Google services like YouTube and Gmail -- with parental guidance.
Xbox Video for Windows Phone has finally received a much-needed update, bumping the version up to 126.96.36.199 and bringing faster playback speeds, better performance, and more refined searches.
China has cracked down on what it calls "internet rumor-mongering," detaining 85 people and punishing 16 websites for falsely spreading rumors about everything from earthquakes to violence.
After it started accepting the popular virtual currency, Wikipedia has seen a surge in donations via Bitcoin -- over $140,000 worth -- in its first week alone.
Following the sentencing of his partner, former senior Microsoft manager Brian Jorgenson has received two years in prison for his role in a $400,000 insider trading scheme.
The Russian government has asked Apple Inc to hand over its source code, citing concerns that the United States and other Western governments might be using it to spy on Russia.
In a sign of the times, Ford Motor Company has decided to drop BlackBerry, who previously supplied company-issued phones for Ford's many employees, in lieu of Apple iPhones.
Those with an iPhone and the Yelp app can now leave a video review up to 12 seconds long for any business or location they want -- with a similar feature coming to Android soon.
Bose audio has formally filed a legal complaint accusing Beats Electronics, soon to be owned by Apple, of violating several patents for noise-cancelling headphone technology.
Sean Stokke, a Seattle stock trader and associate of former Microsoft manager Brian Jorgenson, has been sentenced to 1.5 years in prison after insider trading which earned him over $400,000 in total.
Twitter's workforce of nearly 3,000 people faces a serious diversity issue, company execs say. Recent data shows that nearly 90 percent of the social media site's employees are white or Asian.
For the discerning comic fan, Marvel is offering a rare deal: Access to its online archive of over 15,000 digital comics -- including Captain America, X-Men, and more -- for only 99 cents this month.
Russia's lower parliament has approved an amendment which would require all internet companies, including Facebook and Google, to store data within the country's borders or face being banned.
A man and his two children were kicked off a Southwest Airlines flight from Denver to Minneapolis after writing a tweet -- which he was forced to delete -- about his experience with a rude gate agent.
Microsoft's recent round of nearly 18,000 layoffs has done more than kill several major projects like Xbox Studios: It has severely impacted their relationship with major advertising partners.
Microsoft is apparently in talks with Israeli cybersecurity startup Aorato, which was founded by veterans of the IDF with a focus on Active Directory, for close to $200 million in the next two months.
CNET has said that a database from its website, which included the usernames, emails, and encrypted passwords of over 1 million users, has been stolen by a Russian hacker group known as 'w0rm'.
As part of a massive rebranding, Rap Genius has changed their name to 'Genius' and announced an ambitious new side project: embeddable annotations for any website in the world.
Isis, the mobile payment system which launched last year, has announced that they will rebrand and change their name to avoid similarities with the militant Jihadist group of the same name.
According to CEO Terry Gou, Foxconn plans to deploy robots on their factory assembly lines, which produce devices like the iPhone, in order to cut costs and replace human workers.
T-Mobile's response to the FTC's claims that it engaged in fraud have been nothing but childish and deflective. But with a few actions, they can actually support their fledgling pro-consumer image.
In a recent lawsuit filed by the FTC, mobile service provider T-Mobile has been accused of hiding fraudulent charges to third-party horoscope and other text services in its customers bills for years.
Microsoft has officially announced July's free Games with Gold offerings for the Xbox 360 and Xbox One, which include titles like 'Guacamelee!' and 'BattleBlock Theater'.
The Obama administration has promised that they will push forward legislation extending the US Privacy Act, which protects Americans from unlawful data collection, to European citizens.
Militants from the Jihadist group ISIS are hijacking several World Cup hashtags on Twitter to spread their message, including a call to Westerners to join their ranks.
The US House of Representatives has pushed forward an amendment that would cut funding from the NSA's controversial backdoor searches and stop the NSA from adding backdoors to encryption standards.
In a recently-released series of documents, the British government apparently asserted their right to snoop on the web traffic of British nationals - even if the website is hosted outside of the UK.
Officials in Iraq have reportedly blocked access to all social media sites, including Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, in an attempt to hinder Jihadist militants who are slowly moving towards Baghdad.