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PARIS (AP) — France's president proposed a sweeping new law Thursday that would see repeat visitors to extremist web sites put behind bars — one of several tough measures floated in the wake of a murderous shooting spree.
The company hosting the frozen data of millions of users of the file sharing site Megaupload says somebody needs to pay the company's bill or allow it to delete the data.
College students can rely on apps to organize studying and homework schedules.
NEW YORK (AP) — Online game maker Zynga has bought New York-based OMGPop, maker of the popular mobile game "Draw Something."
CHICAGO (AP) — New research suggests doctors are contacting patients on Internet dating sites and engaging in other unprofessional online behavior — and sometimes getting caught.
Recent studies highlight a growing dependence on smartphones, which has led to a rise in nomophobia.
NEW YORK (AP) — A year after it began charging for full access to its website, The New York Times is cutting the number of articles available for free from 20 per month to 10.
The time for America to determine how to ethically use new neuroscience technologies in war is rapidly approaching.
NEW YORK (AP) — A research group says personal-computer shipments will pick up in the second half of the year with the debut of a new Windows operating system and the broader availability of notebooks that are thin like tablet computers.
Bad things happen when innovative companies get big as the tech giant has grown.