Microsoft To Ban 'Offensive Language' And Monitor Your Private AccountThe tech giant is planning to ban accounts that use "offensive language" and will go through your private data to "investigate" users.
Skype, Slack, Google Hangouts: Which Collaboration Tool Is Right For Your Small Business?These three popular collaboration tools can help your small business stay productive and keep team members on the same page.
California Woman Abroad Describes Terrorist Attacks In ParisA California woman was one of many witnesses during Friday's terrorist attacks in Paris.
UCLA Microbiologist Accused Of Making Bizarre Death Threat On Facebook"I swear that if I saw this (expletive) on the street I'd elbow his middle meningeal artery and leave him dead from epidural hematoma," UCLA microbiologist Peera Hemarajata allegedly posted on on Facebook.
Glendale Man To Plead Guilty In Sextortion CaseCourt records show 27-year-old Karen "Gary" Kazaryan of Glendale has agreed to plead guilty to one count each of identity theft and unauthorized access of a protected computer.
Covina Teacher Indicted On Multiple Child Pornography ChargesForty-nine-year-old John David Boyle, of Glendora, was arrested June 5 after he met an undercover operative to view child porn in his classroom, Assistant United States Attorney Nicholas Trutanich said.
Glendale Man Allegedly Hacked Computers To Coerce Women Online To Get NakedFederal prosecutors said a 27-year-old Glendale man hacked into hundreds of social media and email accounts to coerce women online to get naked.
Facebook To Launch Video Chat System Powered By SkypeFacebook CEO and President Mark Zuckerberg is going to announce "something awesome" Wednesday.
Calif. Senate Rejects Social Network Privacy BillThe California Senate has rejected a bill designed to increase privacy on social networking sites, amid objections from some of industry's biggest players.
Microsoft Agrees To Buy Skype For $8.5B Microsoft Corp. said Tuesday that it has agreed to buy the popular Internet telephone service Skype SA for $8.5 billion in the biggest deal in the software maker's 36-year history.