Authorities are investigating the overnight theft of 15 circuit breakers at an Orange County elementary school.
More than 700 million people use Facebook – among them are some of California’s most-hardened prisoners. CBS2’s Jeff Nguyen recently visited local prisons to see how inmates are accessing the internet and social networking sites from cell phones.
Whitney Houston will be buried in New Jersey, one week to the day she was found dead in a bathtub in the Beverly Hilton
Wyer is the author of “Violated Online: How Online Slander Can Destroy Your Life & What You Must Do to Protect Yourself,” which educates readers about the dangers of the Internet with personal experiences of those who have been affected by slanderous statements posted online.
What can you do when your online identity has been compromised? Lauren Weinstein of People For Internet Responsibility has some tips.
Metro officials will host an hour-long web chat Wednesday to provide motorists with information on how to cope with the 53-hour closure of the 405 Freeway through the Sepulveda Pass.
PBS officials say hackers have cracked the network’s website. The hackers apparently posted a phony story claiming dead rapper Tupac Shakur was alive in New Zealand.
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Amazon.com struggled Friday morning to restore computers used by other major websites such as Reddit as an outage stretched beyond 24 hours.
The MPAA says Zediva claims it is like a brick-and-mortar DVD “rental” store and therefore not obligated to pay licensing fees to copyright holders.
U.S. regulators approved new rules to keep ISPs from interfering with your web surfing, but critics say the move is unnecessary and likely to face legal challenges.
Online video site Hulu formally launched its premium streaming service Wednesday and cut the price to $8 a month.
Neighborhood businesses are teaming up on the internet to lure you in with great deals.