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1 hr ago | Business Journal
Turns out Target had been alerted to suspicious activity by its computer security system but decided not to act upon it, according to the New York Times.
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5 hrs ago | WBTV
In a Facebook post published Thursday , the social network's co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg said U.S. government surveillance efforts are "a threat" to a free and open Internet so much so that he claims to have called President Barack Obama to express his "frustration" about the issue.
9 hrs ago | Business Journal
Bill Gates, co-chair and trustee of Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, listens during the annual meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative in New York, U.S., on Tuesday, Sept.
11 hrs ago | Adweek
The Omnicom Group's $40 million pact with Instagram, as reported by Adweek last week, reinvigorated excitement about the marketing potential of mobile and social media.
12 hrs ago | Newsday
Slow moving maintenance vehicle. Two lanes closed on The L.I.E./I-495 WB at x39/Glen Cove Rd. Stopped traffic from X40/Jericho Tpk/NY Rt-25 in Nassau Cnty Slow moving maintenance vehicle.
12 hrs ago | Business Journal
The UpTake: Respected social media scholar danah boyd sees a return to "fragmentation" in the way people use services like Facebook, Twitter and the like.
12 hrs ago | Windows IT Pro
We haven't heard a lot from Microsoft Cofounder Bill Gates in recent years, as he's been off solving malaria, feeding the hungry, educating the ignorant, and generally saving the world.
15 hrs ago | Wall Street Journal
Bill Gates , who is stepping up his role at the company he founded more than 30 years ago as a technology adviser to new CEO Satya Nadella.
Pope Francis marked the first anniversary of his election Thursday with a typically humble message, telling his followers on Twitter: "Please pray for me."
Imagine that you have the right degree, you impressed the right people, and aced your interviews at Facebook and Twitter in Silicon Valley.
The five words have been spoken countless times by Facebook employees. They appear on posters in the company's offices and were featured prominently in Facebook's paperwork to go public.
It's no secret that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg thinks the National Security Agency has overstepped its bounds when it comes to the agency's surveillance practices, but on Thursday the social network's chief said he took his gripe directly to the nation's commander-in-chief.
Mark Zuckerberg, the head of Facebook, has revealed that he telephoned the US president to complain that the US government is undermining confidence in the internet.
Mark Zuckerberg wants a fleet of drones to soar over Africa at 65,000 feet, using solar energy to beam a wifi signal back down to some of the most impoverished places on Earth.
Silicon Valley companies like Facebook have been openly critical of the Obama administration for its surveillance practices.
Since 2011, the Old Street area of London - with its magnificent roundabout - has been regarded as the home of the Tech City initiative, a government scheme to help nurture home-grown technology companies.
Facebook's enormous $19 billion deal with messaging app WhatsApp turned heads last month as some questioned whether the social app was really worth all that cash.