Netflix accounts for a third of all download Internet traffic in North America during peak hours, according to data published by Canadian broadband management company Sandvine.
A petition circling around Canada is calling for Pakistan to drop its blasphemy laws.
At least 10 people were arrested in New York City Wednesday night as several hundred Occupy Wall Street protesters marched in Manhattan in solidarity with protesters recently arrested in Oakland, Calif.
Christian missionaries and church groups are helping supply food, water and shelter to people displaced by the recent flooding in Thailand.
Groupon filed a lawsuit against two former sales managers it says took secrets from the company to rival Google Deals.
High tides and heavy rains across the globe are currently responsible for hundreds of deaths, millions of displacements, and countless amounts of property damage; as three continents are ravaged by storms.
The world’s population is slated to reach 7 billion next week, according to a United Nations report.
Singer Amy Winehouse’s July 23 death was a result of alcohol poisoning, according to an inquest ruling in London.
The Statue of Liberty turns 125-years-old Friday and will enter the digital-era with a series of webcams placed in the crown that will let Internet users across the world look at the statue, New York Harbor and the grounds of Liberty Island.