Twitter has replaced its "star" with a heart. That has caused a storm of outrage in the Twitterverse, particularly those who use the "stars" as bookmarks and not to indicate the "liking" of a tweet.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court seems split along ideological lines as it considers whether websites that collect and sell personal data can be sued for posting false information if the errors don't cause any specific harm.
The world's biggest and most popular video website, YouTube, is developing a version of the existing website for paid subscribers. Like Pandora, they will offer an ad-free viewing experience and they will offer some exclusive content that people can pay for. The question is, "Will the classic YouTube site still exist for free?"