1Topics / U.S.7/13/2011 17:10Google social net is about preserving leadership
Google didn't build its new Plus service simply to have an online hangout like Facebook.
2Topics / U.S.12/19/2010 02:23Miss A and Miss W, Julian Assange's Swedish accusers
The two Swedish women who accuse Julian Assange of rape, sexual molestation and coercion are a 31-year-old feminist activist and a 27-year-old admirer, various corroborative sources say.
3Topics / U.S.12/17/2010 23:29Dalai Lama emphasised climate change over politics
The Dalai Lama said last year the world should focus on climate change in Tibet rather than politics as environmental problems in his Himalayan homeland were more pressing, a leaked US diplomatic memo says.
4Topics / U.S.12/16/2010 22:54Australian police drop probe into WikiLeaks
Australian police Friday said they had dropped their inquiries into whistleblowing website WikiLeaks, saying it had not broken any laws under their jurisdiction in releasing US diplomatic cables.
5Topics / U.S.12/15/2010 22:23British court to decide whether to bail Assange
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange finds out Thursday if a British court will grant him bail, as he fights attempts to extradite him to Sweden over allegations of sex crimes.
6Topics / Security12/7/2010 13:12WikiLeaks chief Assange behind bars in Britain
WikiLeaks chief Julian Assange was refused bail Tuesday by a British judge over claims of sex crimes in Sweden, dealing a fresh blow to the website which vowed to stay online and reveal more US secrets.
7Topics / U.S.12/1/2010 22:24European police on alert for Wikileaks founder
WikiLeaks was on the defensive on several fronts Wednesday, scrambling to remain on the Internet and post more U.S. diplomatic documents while its fugitive founder Julian Assange was targeted by a European arrest warrant on Swedish rape charges.
8Topics / U.S.11/30/2010 22:36Google in crosshairs of the wary and watchful
Google's unabashed ascension to the Internet search throne has caused some to doubt the sincerity of its "Don't be evil" motto and made it a prime target for market watchdogs
9Topics / U.S.11/29/2010 23:30US slams WikiLeaks 'attack' as new memos drop
Friends and foes of the United States turned on WikiLeaks over its release of secret US diplomatic cables, with some saying the revelations undermined diplomacy, while others dismissed them as worthless.
10Topics / U.S.11/28/2010 21:18US diplomats asked to spy on foreign dignitaries
The United States has ordered its diplomats to play a larger intelligence role by performing espionage work like obtaining the credit card and frequent flyer numbers of foreign dignitaries, according to leaked US documents published Sunday.