SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Two of the nation's biggest online food delivery businesses said they are merging in a deal that they hope will drive more orders, in more cities, through their platforms. Full story
The Arab Spring uprisings that toppled four Arab leaders have forced Mideast governments to allow more freedom of expression and of the press, Jordan's prime minister said Monday, but critics charged that Jordan itself is not doing enough. Full story
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's Internet is brimming with disclosures of officials collecting bribes, homes and luxury accessories as casually as they do mistresses. Full story
Internet giant Yahoo has agreed to buy popular social blogging site Tumblr for $1.1 billion in cash, making it one of the largest Internet acquisitions in years. Legal analyst Star Jones discusses.
Melissa Harris-Perry’s panelists look at why the government is monitoring Americans’ electronic communication at such a heightened rate and why our digital communication may feel different.
Should there be an expectation of privacy when we use the internet? With the AP story and also the potential of the Obama administration backing the FBI’s wish for online wiretapping, big brother will be watching a lot more. Former Special Assistant to President Obama Susan Crawford, MSNBC host Ari
Chris Hansen put a "mobile mechanic" to the test.
Chris Hansen enters the world of 'real life' vampires.
A screen grab shows the access to Netflix online, as displayed on a television screen, in Encinitas, California July 25, 2011. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Nokia Chief Executive Stephen Elop speaks with the media after unveiling a new $99 phone in its mid-range Asha line at a launch in New Delhi May 9, 2013. Nokia is betting low-priced phones with Internet capability will help it regain lost ground in crucial emerging markets after falling behind in th
This photo taken May 2, 2013, shows Sarah Davis, co-owner of Fashionphile.com, posing with her bags in a company warehouse in the Carlsbad, Calif. The Internet company sells rare, vintage, and discontinued previous owned bags and is facing the complicated task of dealing with new state regulations o
Jenna Kagan looks for on-line bargains for back-to-school kids clothing as she takes a break from home-schooling her son Hunter, 6, at left, Thursday, July 31, 2008, at her home in Maple Valley, Wash., near Seattle. Kagan, who is a stay-at-home Mom and home-schools her three children, says that the