Topic: Google Inc.
Google Wave is no more, Google announced this week.
08/05/2010 06:36 pm
Shaquille O'Neal, the newest member of the Boston Celtics, has announced that he's looking for a new nickname. If you think he's just 'Shaq,' you haven't been paying attention.
08/05/2010 06:26 pm
Android is garnering an ever-widening share of the market, two new reports show. And if Apple isn't careful, the iPhone could eventually be eclipsed by Android devices.
08/05/2010 05:42 pm
The Kenya referendum came off well despite some irregularities and tension. One reason: a new system that uses SMS and Twitter to allow every Kenyan to be an election monitor.
08/04/2010 03:23 pm
Migration away from economically depressed regions during recession leads to adjustment in the labor market so that wages after the shock return to what they were before the shock. That hasn't happened this time around.
08/04/2010 02:32 pm
08/04/2010 01:18 pm
Commercial tracking software often secretly records where users go on the Internet. If businesses don't set their own clear, simple privacy standards, government may need to step in with a 'do not track' option.
08/04/2010 01:14 pm
The United Arab Emirates wants greater access to BlackBerry communications data. Research in Motion, which released its new BlackBerry Torch 9800 on Tuesday, could lose a lucrative market.
08/03/2010 08:23 pm
The UAE's BlackBerry ban drew condemnation from freedom monitors and the US government, but nothing from Canada, BlackBerry's home country. 'Maybe it’s summer and they’re away,' says one watchdog.
08/03/2010 06:16 pm
A lawsuit in Ireland challenges the European Union's aim to collect and store personal data, even as the United Arab Emirates threatens to block BlackBerry until the company makes it easier to monitor information and the Obama administration seeks to circumvent judicial oversight to collect US data online.
08/03/2010 05:15 pm