Another Arab country's activists struggle with the promise and peril of social media sites
96 years ago today, a milestone was reached, yet its two endpoints have been forgotten over time
Facebook and Apple could be powerful forces in how you pay for things in the future
The social-media site's security team talks to The Atlantic -- revealing key details about a revolution that could become a parable for Internet activism.
Graphing how much it will cost to switch from AT&T to Verizon depending on how long ago you signed a contract
You already met the single-letter elite, Twitter users from @a to @z, now read about their much stranger cousins, @1 through @9
Can you spot the difference? Hey, you gotta do what you gotta do.
Ever since the AOL days, few things have been as lame as a username that's too long. Meet the elite: Twitter users with single-letter handles.
Apple sold 16 million iPhones last quarter -- and 30 million units over the last two -- a new record for the company
Protesters demanding the arrest of Ben Ali in front of the Saudi Arabian embassy carried a banner adorned with Mark Zuckerberg
This is one extreme way to make use of renewable energy infrastructure
Despite an optimistic team and rosy New York Times article, the local news site's numbers aren't so good
Steve Jobs' "most singular quality has been his ability to articulate a perfectly secular form of hope."
The Qinqdao Haiwan Bridge is more than 26 miles long. This is what it would look like in the Bay Area.