Google CEO Eric Schmidt and Melinda Gates speaks at the sixth annual Clinton Global Initiative in New York
Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google, speaks as Melinda Gates of the Gates Foundation listens as they sit on a panel during the opening plenary session of the sixth annual meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative on September 21, 2010 in New York. The Initiative brings together numerous current and former heads of state who make commitments to address global issues such as poverty, environment and social conditions. UPI /Monika Graff
U.S. prosecutors asked a judge to defer indefinitely notifying a Fox News reporter his email was being monitored in a national security probe, records indicate.
VKontakte, a Facebook-like social networking site that is Russia's largest, was put on a state registry of blacklisted websites by mistake, officials said.
Actor Morgan Freeman says he had a very good reason for appearing to sleep during a morning television interview with a Fox affiliate in Seattle this week.
Amanda Bynes was banned from a private jet flight in New Jersey because she tried to use Google as a valid form of photo identification, TMZ reported.
Twitter has announced a two-factor authentication system it says will protect users' accounts from being hacked even if someone has obtained their password.
Apple is testing a 1.5-inch OLED display for its rumored smart watch and may have ordered an initial iWatch production run, a Taiwanese newspaper says.
A Chinese man who was abducted as a child about 23 years ago said he was able to find his family with the help of Google Maps.
Windows Phone devices have surpassed Blackberry for third place in smartphone shipments, U.S. market research firm IDC reported.
Eight members of Congress say they're concerned Google's wearable computer, Google Glass, could violate the privacy "of the average American."
Apple says an Ohio man has downloaded the 50 billionth app from the Apple Store and will receive a $10,000 App Store gift card.