Brooklyn Sherman wants to put some love and positivity back into the social media world.
Charter Communications announced Tuesday it will buy Time Warner Cable for $55.33 billion and expects to launch the Dodgers channel to its customers in the coming weeks.
Pandora Media Inc. lost a court hearing Thursday in a dispute with music publishing rights group BMI over royalty rates, but the Internet streaming leader said it will appeal.
Hunter Moore, 28, struck a plea deal with federal prosecutors this past February.
A local mother’s health concerns prompted her to cut her family off from wireless and wants more research conducted into the safety of WiFi.
Two out of three Americans remain opposed to a U.S. government regulatory role when it comes to the Internet.
The investment announced Thursday gives Hearst a 25 percent stake in AwesomenessTV, which DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. acquired in May 2013.
The victim, who is represented by well-known attorney Gloria Allred, will make a victim impact statement in the court and then plans to speak to the press — for the first time — following sentencing.
The LED costume became a viral internet hit.
As we become increasingly dependent on the Internet, getting by without it in the event of a major emergency could be devastating.
Approximately 3,000 Time Warner customers Wednesday were without cable or internet due to an outage.
Protesters were expected to gather Wednesday to call upon President Barack Obama to make good on a campaign pledge to enact anti-discrimination rules for Internet broadband service providers.
A 23-year-old Ventura County man has been arrested in connection to a sextortion case where he allegedly targeted underage music fans and conned them into sending him nude photos and videos.
A confounding computer bug called “Heartbleed” is causing major security headaches across the Internet.
Free wireless broadband service in the city of Los Angeles took another step closer to becoming a reality Monday.