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School Cyberbullying Victims Fight Back In Lawsuits

AP   |  GREG BLUESTEIN and DORIE TURNER   |   April 26, 2012

ATLANTA — When a Georgia middle school student reported to police and school officials that she had been bullied on Facebook, they told her there...

Microsoft Security Ahead Of Apple, Says Security Firm Chief

The Huffington Post   |  Courteney Palis   |   April 26, 2012

Look out, Apple. Eugene Kaspersky is calling you out. The founder and CEO of Kaspersky Labs spoke with Computer Business Review (CBR) about Apple's slow...
Aaron Sankin

SF Climates: New iPhone App Shows Weather Forecasts For Every Neighborhood In San Francisco

HuffingtonPost.com   |  Aaron Sankin   |   April 26, 2012

It's been said that if you don't like the weather in San Francisco, just walk ten feet. The city is famous for its litany of...

CISPA Passes House In Expected Vote

  |   June 26, 2012

In an unexpected turn on events, the House voted and passed the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) CISPA, Politico reported. The vote was...

CISPA Passes House In Expected Vote

  |   June 26, 2012

In an unexpected turn on events, the House voted and passed the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) CISPA, Politico reported. The vote was...
Gerry Smith

CISPA Passes House: Cybersecurity Bill Approved Despite White House Veto Threat

HuffingtonPost.com   |  Gerry Smith   |   June 26, 2012

The House of Representatives passed cybersecurity legislation Thursday aimed at protecting American companies from hackers who steal intellectual property. The bill passed 248 to 168,...

Pick, Japan's Instagram, Takes Image Sharing To The Next Level, For Better Or Worse (PHOTOS)

The Huffington Post   |  Dean Praetorius   |   April 26, 2012

If you don't think there's enough clutter on Instagram, it's time to try Pick. Pick's interface screams Instagram, as does its use of filters, borders,...
Michael McAuliff

No Password Protection: Democrats Lose Second Bid To Shield Social Media Passwords From Employers

HuffingtonPost.com   |  Michael McAuliff   |   April 26, 2012

WASHINGTON -- Republicans blocked a second bid in the House to pass an amendment barring employers from demanding Facebook and other social media passwords from...

Samsung Reportedly Behind Flash Mob Anti-Apple Campaign In Sydney (VIDEO)

The Huffington Post   |  Melissa Jeltsen   |   April 26, 2012

Talk about aggressive marketing. It looks like Samsung's jabs against Apple are now extending beyond cheeky advertisements and into real-life guerilla tactics. A flash mob,...

FTC's Hiring Of Prosecutor Signals Gravity Of Google Case

nytimes.com   |  DAVID STREITFELD   |   June 26, 2012

Read More: Google
The Federal Trade Commission said Thursday that it had hired an outside litigator to take charge of an antitrust investigation of Google, a sign that...

MIT Glass Innovation Is Self-Cleaning, Resists Glare VIDEO)

  |   April 27, 2012

By: InnovationNewsDaily Staff Published: 04/26/2012 05:00 PM EDT on InnovationNewsDaily Tomorrow's world looks a bit brighter with MIT's new self-cleaning glass that is able to...
Gerry Smith

Iran Capable Of Launching Cyberattack Against U.S., Experts Say

HuffingtonPost.com   |  Gerry Smith   |   April 26, 2012

When American experts talk about cyber threats from other countries, they often cite elite hackers in China and Russia. On Thursday, some warned against overlooking...

Magnifi: Your iPhone Is Now A Microscope (Or Binoculars, A Telescope...)

The Huffington Post   |  Drew Guarini   |   April 26, 2012

As interest and variety within the "iPhoneography" market continues to grow, an entrepreneurial couple have turned the iPhone camera into a versatile lens for nature,...
Jason Gilbert

Google Glasses Worn By Sebastian Thrun On 'Charlie Rose'

HuffingtonPost.com   |  Jason Gilbert   |   April 26, 2012

Move over, Sasquatch: Google's mysterious computerized Glasses have been captured on video for the first time. Google engineer Sebastian Thrun, one of the primary Googlers...

Picket Report, Real Estate Website, Issues Apology For Racial Stereotypes Used To Pinpoint 'Perfect Neighborhoods'

  |   April 27, 2012

When Picket Report was named one of Detroit's best tech startups of 2011, questions lingered as to whether its data-driven model for helping homebuyers find...

House Cybersecurity Bill Moves Forward

AP   |  DONNA CASSATA   |   April 26, 2012

WASHINGTON — The House ignored Obama administration objections Thursday and approved legislation aimed at helping stop electronic attacks on critical U.S. infrastructure and private companies....

One Doctor Explains Why The Internet Hasn't Really Changed Medicine

Venture Beat   |   June 26, 2012

Read More: Gps-Soul
So how do we start to deliver on the outrageously great and transformational potential that personalized digital medicine holds? We think it starts with that...

LinkedIn iPad App Now Available For Mobile Professionals

AP   |   April 26, 2012

NEW YORK -- LinkedIn users can now access the professional social network on their iPad with an application launched Thursday. The free app is available...

Amazon Q1 2012 Results Blow Past Estimates

Reuters   |   June 26, 2012

By Alistair Barr (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc's quarterly results beat Wall Street's most bullish expectations as heavy spending by the world's largest Internet retailer began...

Blackberry Maker RIM Says Turnaround Could Take Years

AP   |  ROB GILLIES   |   April 26, 2012

TORONTO -- The newest board member of BlackBerry maker Research in Motion Ltd. said Thursday that a turnaround could take three to five years. Prem...

Amazon Accidentally Spoils 'The Hunger Games' Plot (PHOTO)

  |   April 26, 2012

There's an Amazon Kindle advertisement in the metro of Washington, D.C. that essentially gives away the ending of "The Hunger Games" (or at least spoils...

Walmart Offers 'Cash' Option For Online Shoppers

AP   |  ANNE D'INNOCENZIO   |   April 26, 2012

NEW YORK — Wal-Mart shoppers now will be able to pay cash for online purchases. The world's largest retailer on Thursday said it will allow...

Women Presidents' Organization Announces 50 Fastest-Growing Women-Owned Companies

The Huffington Post   |  Alicia Ciccone   |   April 26, 2012

It's not a man's world anymore. Women-owned businesses account for nearly 30 percent of all companies in the U.S. and aren't slowing down, according to...

Facebook Subscribe Suggestions: 50 People In Tech To Follow

The Huffington Post   |  Craig Kanalley   |   May 1, 2012

Back in September, Facebook introduced the Subscribe button, a feature that allows you to follow someone's public posts even if you're not friends. It adds...

Ladies Learning Code: Non-Profit Helps Young Women Get Tech-Savvy

CP   |  Michael Oliveira   |   June 26, 2012

TORONTO - Frustrated with a lack of female-targeted resources to help women learn high-tech skills for today's digital world, Heather Payne decided to act.The 25-year-old's...

Exclusive: RIM To Announce First BlackBerry 10 Device In August

N4BB   |   April 26, 2012

Research In Motion is gearing up to release its first BlackBerry 10 device. So far, we’ve seen a few leaked photos of BlackBerry 10 and...

Penguicon Convention 2012 Mixes Science Fiction, Linux, And DIY Exploration

The Huffington Post   |  David Sands   |   April 26, 2012

Penguicon, an open-source software and science fiction gathering that expects to draw more than 1,200 fans to the Regency Hyatt hotel in Dearborn this weekend,...
Ron Dicker

Jeremy Lin Books May Come Too Late For Book Publishers To Market

HuffingtonPost.com   |  Ron Dicker   |   April 27, 2012

Publishers still hoping to cash in on Linsanity may need to change their game plan. Jeremy Lin books are competing in a saturated market. More...

'Gangbang Interviews' And 'Bikini Shots': Silicon Valley's Brogrammer Problem

Mother Jones   |  ?€”Tom Philpott   |   June 26, 2012

Read More: Women In Tech
Many of the dozen or so people I interviewed for this story pointed to the rise of the brogrammer--a term that seeks to recast the...

UFO Near The Sun: Curious NASA Photo Stirs Debate

  |   April 27, 2012

Anything getting close to the sun -- with temperatures estimated at 9,900 Fahrenheit -- would surely burn up. However, if that object were an alien...

'All Hail The Beat' Honors The 808 Rhythm Composer

  |   April 26, 2012

A majority of the rhythms you hear in hip hop and techno songs originated from a machine that has not been manufactured since 1984. The...

Spotify Reportedly Readying Pandora-Like Online Radio Service

Bloomberg   |   April 26, 2012

Read More: Pandora, Spotify
Spotify Ltd., the London-based online music provider, is developing a U.S. Internet radio service that would directly challenge Pandora Media Inc. (P), said two people...

Brydge iPad Keyboard To Be Released By 'Oona' Smartphone Stand Company (VIDEO)

The Huffington Post   |   April 26, 2012

The folks behind the Oona, a universal stand for smartphones, are set to release another ostensibly practical gizmo -- a keyboard that hooks up to...
Michael McAuliff

In CISPA Fight, Privacy Advocates Stand Alone, Unlike SOPA Debate

HuffingtonPost.com   |  Michael McAuliff   |   April 26, 2012

WASHINGTON -- There's a big difference between the cybersecurity bill that the House will be begin debating Thursday and the online piracy measures that were...

Ultra-Orthodox Jews To Hold Rally Against The Internet

The Huffington Post   |  Courteney Palis   |   May 1, 2012

A mass rally against the Internet and technology held by a group of Haredim, or ultra-orthodox Jews, will take place in Queens, New York on...
Andrea Stone

Airport Racial Profiling App To Allow Real-Time Reporting

HuffingtonPost.com   |  Andrea Stone   |   April 26, 2012

WASHINGTON -- Civil rights groups plan to unveil a mobile app Monday that they say will allow users to report instances of alleged racial profiling...
Jason Gilbert

Google Drive: The Newest Cloud Storage Service Compared To Competitors

HuffingtonPost.com   |  Jason Gilbert   |   April 26, 2012

Up until Tuesday afternoon, "Google Drive" was something you did when you wanted to learn about a violent Ryan Gosling movie. Now, however, Google Drive...

You've Got... Mark Cuban

AOL   |   April 26, 2012

Mark Cuban recalls his path to success and provides insights for aspiring entrepreneurs. Cuban recently compiled a 30,000-word e-book about his business career entitled "How...

PDMS Blood Test Container Could Change How Diagnostics Are Performed, Researchers Say (VIDEO)

  |  Jon Cartwright   |   April 26, 2012

Good news for people who hate big needles: Researchers have invented a device that could allow diagnostics to be performed with just a single...

Google Drive Terms Of Service: Hubbub Arises Over Content Rights

AP   |  MICHAEL LIEDTKE   |   April 26, 2012

SAN FRANCISCO — Google is facing suspicion and confusion as it tries to persuade people to entrust personal documents, photos and other content to the...

Apple's Growth Hinges On China, New Devices

Reuters   |  Poornima Gupta   |   June 26, 2012

By Poornima Gupta SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Sometimes even eye-popping results are not enough. Apple Inc's shares rallied on Wednesday on the back of another...

Groupon Must Avoid Taking 'Stupid' Risks, CEO Says

Wall Street Journal   |   April 26, 2012

Read More: Gropuon
Groupon Inc. Chief Executive Andrew Mason told the company's employees on Wednesday that the daily-deals site needs to grow up—right after he apologized for drinking...

At Android Trial vs. Oracle, Documents Reveal Google's Past Projections

Reuters   |  Dan Levine and Alexei Oreskovic   |   June 26, 2012

By Dan Levine and Alexei Oreskovic (Reuters) - Google Inc projected in 2010 it would get more than 35 percent of its 2013 revenue from...

2006 'Google Phone' Prototype: See What The First Android Phone Almost Looked Like

The Huffington Post   |  Courteney Palis   |   April 26, 2012

Time for a walk down Google's memory lane. In 2006, two years before Google unleashed the very first Android-powered phone (the T-Mobile G1), the company's...
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