The video clip on YouTube already has the feel of a history lesson. It has taken on the atmosphere of a fateful moment, a before and after, like the signing of the Yalta treaty, or a Moonie wedding.
An article in the New York Times caught my eye.
Google is in a showdown with the French government over proposals to make search engines pay a charge for each link to French newspaper content.
When mourners arrived at the peace park in Maple Ridge, Vancouver, to pay tribute to Amanda Todd this week, few could have realised quite how widely the effects of the 15-year-old's death were being felt.
We're used to the idea of "peak oil" – that there's only a finite amount of that stuff in the ground.
Twitter has blocked the account of a neo-Nazi group that is accused of inciting hatred towards foreigners.
Nevertheless, even Google's misfiring revenues showed 19% growth from the same period last year. But, critically, that was a substantial slowing for a business that had consistently shown revenue growth since the end of 2009, when the global financial crisis was at its deepest.
Can social media really affect voters you ask?
With its slick advertising campaign involving Premier League stars such as Manchester City's Joe Hart and Arsenal's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain it is a pretty irresistible mistress. But is FIFA 13 getting in the way of our love-lives? Unless you are in love with FIFA of course...in which case good luck to you!
The US Federal Trade Commission is preparing a case against Google that could lead to a full antitrust lawsuit similar to the action taken against Microsoft at the end of the 1990s, the Guardian has learned.
A new area, weapons, amps, and moves are coming in the next couple of weeks.
Facebook’s new London office in Euston, which occupies three floors of a gleaming glass-and-steel tower, is a sign of an outpost maturing into its role as an embassy for one of the world’s biggest technology groups.
The multiplayer Factions mode has recieved new add-ons including new weapons, clothing, and gestures.