How to heat your home with a data furnace

Looking for an effective way to reduce heating costs? Well, researchers at Microsoft and the University of Virginia have proposed a novel solution.

Is it legal to track cheating spouses?

The use of hidden GPS equipment to track (allegedly) cheating spouses is quite controversial. Of course, the strongest argument against this practice is the obvious invasion of privacy.

Is Twitter worth $7 billion?

Even though Twitter hasn't made any declarations about a potential IPO or even hinted of the possibility of going public any time soon, our favorite micro-blogging client may soon be valued at around $7 billion.

Rumor: China wants a piece of Facebook

Yes folks, you read that right. 

It seems a Chinese sovereign fund has contacted Citibank and a former Facebook employ requesting help to purchase a not so "huge chunk" of the popular social networking site.

Pirate Bay promotes hybrid file sharing platform

The method of distribution amongst file sharing sites is continuously evolving.

"Unfollowed Me" rogue app spreads across Twitter

Twitter users are increasingly faced with a headache that has long plagued its bigger cousin Facebook - rogue applications.

FTP is now a 40-year-old protocol

One of the most important protocols on the Internet is marking 40 years since its debut in April 1971, when it was referred to simply as RFC 114.