Email to supporters hails new hires as ‘digital whiz’ and ‘digital-media heavyweights’
Google’s free distribution of Android ‘predatory,’ says Microsoft
Committee’s ‘autopsy report’ unveils highly ambitiousrecommendations
‘There’s no one reason why we lost’
The Obama campaign’s online advertisements dwarfed anything done by the Romney campaign
“Star Trek” fans might remember the holodeck as the virtual playground where the fictional Enterprise crew relaxed in fantasy worlds.
More than 8,400 of the requests came from the U.S. government, more than anywhere else.
Conservative analysts and pundits focused their anger at the Romney campaign’s political consultants
Some of the changes give a glimpse of what Facebook might do in the future.
Hesse believes the decision to stick with unlimited has been a boon for the company
Study: U.S. mobile networks under strain from high data demand - Fierce Broadband Wireless
The study also found that end users are apparently willing to pay for better service.
The company says it is also looking to rein in the heaviest users to improve service for all subscribers.
“Modernizing is not cutting – it is making things more fair and supportive of a modern, innovation, and investment-based economy.”
The second U.S. data center for Facebook will take 18 months to build
If you want to know what’s really behind the international Climategate scandal you need to know about Greg Taylor. Taylor isn’t a renowned scientist or a powerful politician. He’s a former crack addict who spent 17 years in a North Carolina prison after being convicted of murdering a prostitute. Taylor was released last month when a three-judge panel declared him innocent
Scientists should be more honest and open about the uncertainty of predicting the rate of climate change, the Government’s chief scientific adviser said. In astonishing intervention into the climate change debate, Professor John Beddington condemned scientists who refuse to publish the data forming the basis of their reports said they should be less hostile to skeptics