U.S. Lays Out Case Against Megaupload, Kim Dotcom

Megaupload is only the most recent high-profile target in the continuing campaign by the Motion Picture Association of America against online sites that let users share movies and other entertainment without compensating the copyright holders.

Should Forbes Be Valued as Online Business?

Forbes’ owners, primarily the Forbes family, are hoping the company will fetch between $400 million and $500 million, said another person familiar with the situation.


State Parole Boards Use Software to Decide Which Inmates to Release

Programs look at prisoners’ biographies for patterns that predict future crime.


Phones Leave a Telltale Trail

The April robbery at the Cartier store in Chevy Chase, Md., was brazen and quick. After grabbing 13 watches valued at $131,000, the suspects fled in a waiting car and melted into traffic. It was one of more than a dozen similar capers that had stumped police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.


Fighting the iCrime Wave

We were buried in an e-book when the subway doors opened at the Bergen Street stop in Brooklyn. In a flash, a pair of hands dove into my date’s lap and ripped away her iPad. Chasing the guy was instinctive.


Apple Discussed Investing in Twitter

Apple Inc. held discussions with Twitter Inc. more than a year ago about taking a strategic investment in the short-messaging service, according to a person familiar with the talks.


Say It Loud: ATD Relaunches the “Voices” Section

Today, we relaunch a fresh, new “Voices” section to bring you even more writing and information from outside sources. Offering six regular features, Voices will be run by senior editor Beth Callaghan.