By misconfiguring pages on Trello, a popular project management website, the governments of the United Kingdom and Canada exposed to the entire internet details of software bugs and security plans, as well as passwords for servers, official internet domains, conference calls, and an event-planning
Google is poised to finally erect its first permanent retail store. The tech giant is close to finalizing a lease on a 14,000 square-foot property in Chicago’s trendy Fulton Market district, according to local media reports, including Crain’s Chicago Business and Chicago Tribune.
Netflix began notifying customers of the move last month. It stopped allowing users to post new reviews as of July 30, and the company said it would purge all existing reviews by mid-August — more than a decades’ worth of user-contributed material.
Facebook is taking steps to ensure that page administrators of pages with large audiences in the U.S. are who they say they are, and to prevent unauthorized access to those pages.
Grabb-It is testing out new technology that displays ads in the form of videos and graphics on car windows and 25 San Francisco cars are currently being paid $2 an hour to test it. He said the videos would only play when the car is stopped.
U.S. broadband service, already slower and more expensive than in many other countries, could get even pricier.
More than 1,000 Google employees have signed a letter protesting against the company’s secretive plan to build a search engine that would comply with Chinese censorship. The letter’s contents were confirmed by a Google employee who helped organise it but wished to stay anonymous.
Netflix has confirmed a major change to its video-streaming service, effective as of this week for at least some users: video ads for other Netflix series between episodes.