Feb. 27, 2012 at 9:27 AM ET
Anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks began publishing on Monday more than five million emails from a U.S.-based global security analysis company that has been likened to a shadow CIA.
Here's another top U.S. security adviser who says continuing attacks from Anonymous are "alarming."
Oh, and maybe you didn't hear, but Anonymous attempted attack the Vatican in August and failed. Here's what security officials learned from that incident.
AT&T started slowing down the data service on this one guy's iPhone, so he sued the company and won $850.
A crack in China's firewall has turned President Barack Obama's Google+ page into freedom forum -- Chinese Internet users have his official page on the site with calls for greater freedom in the world's most populous country.
Nokia introduced a cheaper smartphone using Microsoft's Windows Phone software -- the Lumia 610 -- aiming to win back market share by targeting a wider audience.
So your cellular telephone has whole communities of microbes living on them, as distinctive as the germs on your fingers and in your mouth. Your shoes too -- but you usually don't hold them next to your face.
London's Sunday Times says Facebook is possibly reading your texts. Facebook says it totally is not.
Here's a bunch of iPad 3 rumors, for what it's worth.
"Angelina Jolie's leg was the only exciting thing that happened at the Oscars," writes BuzzFeed's Matt Stopera, who invites you to use his site's photo editor to put that leg in every photo!
— compiled by Helen A.S. Popkin, who invites you to join her on Twitter and/or Facebook. Also, Google+.