Yahoo's Mayer Sorry for Mail Outage
Twitter Toys with Nearby Tweets
Facebook Plans Autoplay Video Ads
Google's Antitrust Troubles Pile Up
NSA Phone Snooping Unconstitutional
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer has apologized for her company’s major email outage. The question now is how will the highly visible episode affect her efforts to turn the company around?
A new location-based service is being experimented with for Twitter's mobile app. The feature surfaces tweets from other people using Twitter in the same vicinity, even if you're not following them.
In a move likely to anger and annoy users, Facebook is planning a new "autoplay" video advertising product to drive more views, likes, shares and comments for the people who pay its bills.
As the European Union marches forward with its Google antitrust investigation, Canada also is stepping up to accuse Google of exploiting its market dominance, particularly in the search engine industry.
Plaintiffs in the Klayman v. Obama case have a legal standing to challenge the constitutionality of the U.S. govt’s bulk collection, querying of phone record metadata, says a federal judge.