GitHub has created a social network where programmers get together and get work done without bosses, e-mails, or meetings.
the video of a California cop killing a dog while arresting its owner for video recording them, I wanted to provide this follow-up. The story went completely viral, so a Facebook page went up called Justice for Max the Rottweiler – Murdered by Haw
Twitter agreed to hand over details of people who post racist and anti-Semitic abuse anonymously on its site. The effort of Jewish students to strip anonymity from posters and punish people for using language they consider anti-Semitic.
When Florida lawmakers recently voted to ban all Internet cafes, they worded the bill so poorly that they effectively outlawed every computer in the state, according to a recent lawsuit.
US initiative will stop websites that offer pirated content from offering adverts from search giant and other advertisers
eBay created a buzz last week by opening a store — accessed via an iPhone app — for browsing through and customizing 3D-printed products, mainly jewelry. 3D printing has great potential because it allows manufacturers to mass-produce custom items ins
Today, you can walk into a store and get a nice, big, flat-screen TV that uses one-third the energy of older models and has better features.
Hyperlocal Market is a concept that would allow people who grow food and produce goods to connect with interested buyers in their general vicinity.
Apes, dolphins and elephants are animals with remarkable communication skills. Could the internet be expanded to include sentient species like them? A new and developing idea from a panel of four great thinkers --
In a bid to become ubiquitous, Dropbox unveils tools to help developers synch apps across mobile platforms.
American-made devices used for Internet monitoring were detected on government and commercial computer networks in Iran and Sudan, in violation of US sanctions that ban the sale of goods, services or technology to autocratic states
We already know that Beats will be launching their own streaming music service called Daisy, but details about its launch are still being speculated.
When Dan Tentler wants to find something on the internet, he doesn’t use Google or Bing. Tentler, a freelance security consultant, is a road-less-traveled kind of guy. He likes to check out the internet’s alleyways and backroads. And for people like
Mount Everest now has 4G coverage at 5,200 metres above sea level, thanks to Huawei and China Mobile.
New tricks will enable a life-logging app called Saga to figure out not only where you are, but what you’re doing.
A few hours before making this video, Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange.org received an email from an anonymous sender claiming to be a Bilderberg whistleblower with attached photos from inside the 2013 Bilderberg meeting at the Grove Hotel in Watford, E
Collecting global health data was an imperfect science: Workers tramped through villages to knock on doors and ask questions, wrote the answers on paper forms, then input the data -- and from this gappy information, countries would make huge decision
Are online social media sites like Facebook, Google+ and others as addictive as some drugs like meth?
We came across this video compilation of the best 77 Vines, and just had to share it with you. They come from a YouTube channel called Vine Compilations, which you should definitely subscribe to.
Smith, Cain's sister, says the officer also harassed the teenager with private Facebook messages. Meanwhile, false rumors about Cain began circulating across social media, all sparked by the Sheriff's Office initial posts.
Let’s take a journey into what experts are calling “The Deep Web”. In this episode, I will show you what that term means, and how to get there, and I give a bit of a description of what you might find.
Obama told the NSA to stop collecting your email communications in 2011, because the so-called StellarWind program "was not yielding much value," even when collected in bulk. But how much could the NSA learn from all that email metadata?
An SRI project aims to build a powerful predictive assistant for office workers.
Wireless vehicle networks could make driving safer and more efficient, but the cost of deployment will be significant.
On this episode of South2North, Redi talks to three experts about the war we do not see. It does not involve guns and bullets, but its effects can be just as dangerous to the world we live in - cyberwar.
Self-serve robot locksmiths have arrived in New York City.
All eyes on Earth!
Facebook Inc has inadvertently exposed 6 million users' phone numbers and email addresses to unauthorized viewers over the past year, the world's largest social networking company disclosed late Friday.
Dotcom says "petabytes" of files (one petabyte is equal to 1,000 terabytes) have been deleted. "This is the largest data massacre in the history of the Internet caused by the US government, the Department of Justice & Leaseweb," Dotcom claims.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel told U.S. President Barack Obama on Wednesday that government monitoring of Internet communications needed to remain within proper limits. "I made clear that although we do see the need for gathering information, th