Protesting? There's a map for that.
Protests have engulfed Turkey’s Taksim Square, and Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan knows exactly what’s to blame: Twitter.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) launched a campaign yesterday to challenge a patent, filed by Personal Audio, which is being used to sue numerous podcast creators and media companies. The non-profit advocacy group is partnering with a num
CNET has learned that U.S. District Judge Susan Illston in San Francisco rejected Google's request to modify or throw out 19 National Security Letters, used by the FBI that does not need a judge's approval.
The newest threat to Android is an app that promises users security for their mobile devices.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement is the latest forum where those overreaching standards is being laundered. The TPP is a secretive treaty that includes a set of intellectual property rules that targets the Internet.
We recently came across a tumblr called Maps on the Web.
Principia-Scientific.org is a site aimed at restoring legitimate scientific principles to the world.
The world is changing fast. Here’s a fun story documenting that in various ways,
After years of premature declarations of the death of pay TV, it looks like it's actually starting to happen.
Chinese hackers who breached Google’s servers several years ago gained access to a sensitive database with years’ worth of information about U.S. surveillance targets. Aimed at unearthing the identities of Chinese intelligence operatives
We’ve already figured out that the world of online porn was bigger than even you, dear reader, probably thought it was.
Explore Talent features acting jobs in Nevada in the month of June. Explore Talent is a unique website which is a virtual one-stop destination for people to use their talent to find their dream job.
Congress wants to know how Google plans to protect consumers using and not using Google Glass.
Google's big keynote at its I/O developers conference this week wore me out.
Last year, Facebook marked a new milestone in its nine-year history. It lost users.
Bitponics Web-connected sensors help your indoor garden grow.
U.S. District Judge Louis Stanton in Manhattan denied a motion to certify a worldwide class of copyright owners in a long-running lawsuit over videos and music posted to the popular website.
Whoa... this is a powerful little tool.
This last weekend at the Farm we started the construction of 3 new geodesic domes. They are made from the electrical conduit we used to make the Money Dome. Two of them are going to be for Ernie's new Auqaponics area, and one of them is going to be
At the moment, police can monitor phone calls and text messages and are able to pinpoint who, where and when the call was made. However the same cannot be said for communications over the internet.
We’ve set up own little digital mint in the corner of our office, and you too can share in the magic of Bitcoin mining, thanks to our BitCam.
It may soon be easier and faster to surf the Web at 30,000 feet.
Scammers are using LinkedIn to give their garden-variety cons an added air of legitimacy as they attempt to part gullible Internet users from their cash.
If gun control advocates hoped to prevent blueprints for the world’s first fully 3D-printable gun from spreading online, that horse has now left the barn about a hundred thousand times.
Dummy water-plant control systems rapidly attracted attention from hackers who tinkered with their settings—suggesting it happens to real industrial systems, too.
While there have been no new military attacks on Syria since Sunday morning, something more peculiar happened in the past few hours, when according to Akamai and various other Internet traffic trackers
While there have been no new military attacks on Syria since Sunday morning, something more peculiar happened in the past few hours, when according to Akamai and various other Internet traffic trackers, Syria has literally gone "dark"
Google has committed more hacking and Internet crimes than any other institution in history
PayPal has recently entertained the notion of accepting and clearing the bitcoin unit on its pervasive platform. It’s a bit like the prince joining the revolution. Is this a good thing?