The U.S. government’s Supreme Court battle with Microsoft Corp over whether technology companies can be forced to hand over data stored overseas could be nearing its end, after federal prosecutors asked that the case be dismissed.
Facebook employees are deleting potentially controversial comments and messages from the company’s internal communications systems, after the leak of a 2016 memo in which Vice President Andrew Bosworth appeared to place growth priorities ahead of public safety concerns.
REUTERS/Adnan Abidi An explosive memo detailing Facebook’s cutthroat growth mentality was leaked to BuzzFeed and published on Thursday night.But some Facebook employees think the real problem is leakers, according to posts leaked to The Verge.
A PATENT lodged by Facebook has revealed the social media giant is considering watching users through cameras on their laptops and smartphones. The patent was actually filed in February 2014 but was only recently spotted by the technology website cbinsights.com.
A bill that would have protected net neutrality in the wake of the FCC’s looming repeal was scuttled by a “procedural trick” engineered by the GOP, Maine news outlets report.
URL shorteners can be both useful and fun. Google’s take on the tech launched in 2009, and added a third-party API, the ability to create QR codes and the power to link right to iOS and Android apps. Even Keanu Reeves has a URL shortener named in his honor.
Canon in September 2015 announced it was developing a couple of ultra-high resolution CMOS image sensors. Chief among them was the 120MXS with a staggering 13,280 x 9,184 effective pixel count (120 megapixels).
HARTFORD – A bill that would allow the state to regulate the Internet in the absence of federal net neutrality rules died in committee on Thursday due to a procedural trick engineered by Republican senators. Sen.