Data

Will Next-Gen Social Media Wiretapping Catch the Next Boston Bombers?

The latest legislative proposals coming out of the FBI's Next Generation Cyber Initiative would threaten the likes of Facebook and Google with legal inquiries and fines if they don't comply.

Cybersecurity

The Internet Is Not Freaking Out About the SOPA Sequel

Over 200 sites are participating in an Internet shutdown to protest the new bill, however, a few major names are missing.

IT Modernization

Yahoo's New Weather App Will Change Every Day of Your Life

The newly mobile first company has just launched a beautiful, photo-first app.

CIO Briefing

New Boston Bomb Parts and Crime Scene Photos Provide Early Marathon Answers

Investigation enters its third day.

IT Modernization

Dish's $25.5 Billion Offer for Sprint Is All About Cord-Cutting

Dish believes the wireless high-speed Internet Sprint offers is the future of streaming TV.

Emerging Tech

Bitcoin Crash Shows Why It's Not Really a Currency

The system encourages hoarding, which is not a great thing for an economy.

IT Modernization

China Has a Better iPhone Warranty Than America to Go with Its Apology from Apple

After weeks of anti-Apple rhetoric from China's state run media, Apple CEO Tim Cook has made some changes.

IT Modernization

BlackBerry's Not Selling Enough New Phones Yet

While the company's first earnings report since its new phone launched is mostly good, Blackberry still needs more subscribers.

Data

Nevermind: Facebook Is Keeping Track of What You Buy at the Drugstore

The social media site will serve specific ads that reflect your offline shopping habits.

CIO Briefing

The Bidding War for Dell Has Officially Begun

Activist investor and professional company-shaker-upper Carl Icahn has put an offer on the table for the PC manufacturer.

Cybersecurity

Miami's Voter Fraud Is Only the Beginning of Election Hacking

The hacking attempt uncovers underlying security issues with the online voting systems of the future.

IT Modernization

The Very First Cell Phone Calls

The cell phone made its public debut 40 years ago.

Emerging Tech

Digg Has Made an RSS Reader Its Top Priority After Google Reader Died

A little light at the end of a dark Google reader tunnel.

Cybersecurity

How You Can Stop Webcam Hackers from Watching You

One foolproof way to avoid an increasingly terrifying group of cyberspies.