Wikipedia joins web blackout in Sopa Act protest

Wikipedia plans to take its English-language site offline on Wednesday as part of protests against proposed anti-piracy laws in the US.

Zynga Hires Top Digital Executive Away From Electronic Arts

Zynga has hired away Barry Cottle, the EVP of Electronic Arts’ interactive division, marking the third such high-profile steal it’s made from the rival videogame maker over the past year.

Star Trek-style 'tricorder' invention offered $10m prize

A $10m (£6.5m) prize is on offer to whoever can create a Star Trek-like medical "tricorder".

London Olympics Restrict Volunteers Twitter and Facebook Use

London 2012 Olympic volunteers have been banned from posting updates and photos to Twitter, Facebook and other social networks.

Gorilla Glass 2 promises thinner mobile device screens

At a trade show designed to celebrate gadgets, it may seem odd that Corning, a 161-year-old materials-based firm, is attracting more excitement than most.

Twitter unhappy about Google's social search changes

Twitter has complained about changes made by Google to integrate its social network Google+ into search results.

Web domains to get major overhaul with custom names

Applications will soon open for new top-level domains in the biggest change to the system in over two decades.