26 min ago | San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Citing a constitutional right to free speech, Google asked the secretive U.S. foreign intelligence court Tuesday for permission to tell the public how many national security data requests the company receives from federal authorities, separate from routine law enforcement requests.
4 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
QUESTION: You wrote that any Wi-Fi router you can buy today will be much faster than your Internet connection.
8 hrs ago | The Campbell Reporter
Tech companies continued Tuesday their scrambled reaction to allegations that the National Security Agency can access their users' data with impunity, as Google stepped up its campaign for clarity and Yahoo disclosed its participation .
Mississippi's attorney general says he still considers Google's responses to allegations that it's not doing enough to prevent illegal online sales of drugs without prescriptions and says he's sending out subpoenas for company documents to further his investigation.
Investor Carl Icahn, rebuffed on his initial bid for Dell, is now demanding a $16 billion tender offer and buys 72 million shares of the company.
The world's major developed economies committed Tuesday to step up efforts to make individuals and companies pay the taxes they owe.
Sprint Nextel Corp on Monday said it has sued Dish Network Corp to block its tender offer for Clearwire Corp, on the eve of a key deadline in a takeover battle that also includes Japanese mobile carrier SoftBank Corp. The lawsuit filed on Monday in Delaware Chancery Court accuses Dish of trying to "fool" and "coerce" Clearwire shareholders into ... (more)
Edward Snowden, the former security contractor who leaked details of the National Security Agency's Prism program, said in an online chat Monday that Silicon Valley tech companies' denials of providing access to government officials "were misleading."
The application icons of Facebook, Twitter and Google are displayed on an iPhone next to an earphone set in this illustration photo taken in Berlin, June 17, 2013.
Steve Lee understands the hesitation some folks have about Google Glass. When he saw an early version of the concept, a pair of augmented-reality glasses that users could wear to enhance their everyday lives, he thought it was crazy.
In this Sept. 2, 2008 file photo, Google co-founders Sergey Brin, left, and Larry Page talk during a new conference at Google Inc. headquarters in Mountain View, Calif.
Anybody connected to the Web already knows that a tweet is more than a sound a bird makes.
Feedly said Monday that it has started migrating its users to its own back-end RSS infrastructure two weeks before Google is to pull the plug on its Reader service.
France has its "Sovereign Cloud" project while across the Rhine data firms have created the label "Cloud Services: Made in Germany", all trying to reassure big companies that their information is stored away from the prying eyes of U.S. spies.
Google announced plans over the weekend to remove child pornography images from the web by using a new, picture-sharing database.
Ventev Wireless Infrastructure , a division of TESSCO Technologies Incorporated that creates solutions to deploy, protect, power, and improve the performance of wireless networks, today announced it has partnered with X-TRA Communication , a Singapore-based IT provider, to distribute critical wireless LAN and Wi-Fi infrastructure solutions to ... (more)