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Third-party content is the driving force of the Internet. While you can get media off of official websites and the like, your go-to place to find media is likely on a ... Read More »
What's a good gadget with no apps?  In a world where people increasingly use their mobile phones for everything but making phone calls, this is ... Read More »
The iPhone 5 debuted this week, causing underwhelmed responses to the latest toy from Cupertino. As the first big iPhone release since the death of Steve Jobs, Apple... Read More »
The Obama administration was elected on a promise of "hope and change," with rhetoric drawing a sharp contrast with the Bush years. One area, however, where ... Read More »
While GOP candidates won't stop publicly disavowing it, all eyes are on the Republican platform. The convention, which closed Thursday, inserted a number of... Read More »
It's a wired, connected and integrated world in the 21st Century, but not for everyone. A recent FCC study found that 19 million Americans have no access to... Read More »
The entertainment industry would probably push a button to get rid of the Internet if it could. Every year, piracy grows. Every year, the entertainment industry shows ... Read More »
It’s not often that a company wants to be a defendant in a high-profile IP case. In July, however, Google tried to have itself named as co-defendant in a suit... Read More »
All eyes are fixed on the Apple v. Samsung trial currently playing out in the courts. For those following patent law, this is perhaps the latest “Trial of the... Read More »
Cloud computing is quickly shaping up to be the biggest thing since the invention of the Internet. The mid-90s dream of an open data stream containing just about... Read More »
Nearly everyone is looking for an alternative to dino juice. Still, nothing has broken through yet as a mainstream alternative. Detroit's electric cars have made... Read More »
Internet denizens tittered a bit last week as online retailer Kogan instituted a so-called “browser tax.” The tax (which is, of course, not an actual tax... Read More »
Today’s consumers want their smartphones to do everything. Electronic payments are no exception. But while online payments are nothing new (PayPal was founded... Read More »
Last week a federal jury found that Google did not commit patent infringement on two Oracle patents in question. In a unanimous verdict, the 10-member jury dashed... Read More »
Daniel PorterHoorah for open source! The last thing we need is an extensive software patent war on our hands as well, so with some luck this will start to nip it in the bud. I wonder if, as you suggest, this sort of decision will have any impact on the technological patent wars, with their pre-established rhetoric of fair use?
May 29, 2012
The RIAA has always been a little twitchy about music copyrights, and that’s putting it mildly. The latest front in the war on piracy (or fair use, depending on ... Read More »
Google-maps-loving iPhone users get ready: starting with iOS 6, you won’t be able to open your iPhone fresh out of the box and start up Google Maps. After... Read More »
Google’s come up with its solution for Dropbox: If you can’t buy ‘em, copy ‘em. The search engine and online advertising giant replaced its... Read More »
Anonymous Well Microsoft also said Internet explorer was an extension of their Windows and that's how they managed to keep the competition away: by providing the IE for free.
May 6, 2012
Javier DelgadoI fail to see Doogle drive as a replacement of google docs, instead is really and extension of google docs.
May 6, 2012
The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) recently partnered with the Science and Technical Facilities Council (STFC). The pair have gotten together to... Read More »
Innovation doesn’t just mean modern wonders like self-driven cars, social media and thinking machines. It’s also led to a revolution in customer service... Read More »
Google co-founder Sergey Brin believes there is a rising threat to the Internet the likes of which the world has not seen before. It just so happens that the biggest... Read More »