The American Federal Communication Commission (FCC) informed cellphone service companies to begin allowing customers to freely unlock their phones at the end of their contractual obligations. According to FCC chair Tom Wheeler, this is a move that has been in …Read More »
The American government is now taking a much closer look at Bitcoin and hiring a team of experts to help them understand the new currency.
The team is comprised of operatives from the Congress, skilled in dealing with the political …Read More »
Canadian authorities recently busted a child pornography business that spanned countries worldwide. As a result of the three-year investigation, 348 people — 108 Canadians, 76 U.S. citizens, and 164 citizens from various countries — have been arrested and over 300 …Read More »
The gun debate in America is still a sensitive one, with people digging deep trenches on both sides and both are very passionate. The invention and proliferation of 3D printing is adding a new element to this with their ability …Read More »
Even more details are trickling out as far as the extent to which the American government is going to companies such as Google and asking for user information.
I emphasize trickling in because right now we only have details on …Read More »
20-year-old programmers build healthcare website in just three days, show the government how it is done
The Affordable Care Act has definitely rolled out to a very bumpy start over it’s faulty website, which is still shut down from 1 a.m. to 5 a.m. to make improvements, according to the official site. So it comes as …Read More »
The Center for Copyright Information is currently developing a curriculum in California called “Be a Creator.” Its goal is to teach elementary school students the “value of copyright and dangers of digital piracy.” The group is backed by the Motion …Read More »
For those who can’t wait to get their Amazon package, the wait may be minimized. Amazon has struck a deal with the United States Postal Service to include Sunday delivery of packages to its customers. The new delivery agreement went …Read More »
According to Judge Paul Grewal, it seems Samsung is guilty of violating a protective order that was issued by court to prevent certain documents from reaching the public.
The documents that were leaked pertained to patent licensing agreements that Apple …Read More »
Curious if your mobile broadband provider is giving you the speed of promises? So is the Federal Communications Commission. The FCC is so interested, in fact, that they are launching an app that will help you track how fast your …Read More »
Carlos Enrique Perez-Melara has just made the FBI’s most wanted list of cybercriminals.
He was charged back in 2005 for creating and selling a malware program, which documented messages as well as keystrokes on infected computers. Dubbed the ‘Lover Spy’, …Read More »
You should always watch what you say on Facebook, it can come back to bite you. Ruben Santiago, police chief in Columbia, South Carolina, found that out the hard way when he answered a post on the department’s Facebook page. …Read More »
Boost Mobile, a wireless carrier in the United States that uses Sprint’s network, will start selling Apple’s iPhone 5s and 5c today with a $200 discount. This is the first time Boost Mobile is selling Apple’s iPhone and is perhaps …Read More »
The City of Los Angeles is accepting proposals for free citywide WiFi. That’s right, after months of batting around the idea, LA is moving forward.
Creating a city wide network is not going to be a quick, simple project. In …Read More »
The economy is still on the ropes, so buying a new car is pretty tough right now. However, don’t be too hard on yourself because there’s a car out there just for you, well, assuming you’re not interested in driving …Read More »
After CNET discovered the existence of Google’s mysterious barges floating near San Francisco and Portland, many speculated they were data centers and then said they would eventually be turned into fancy retail showrooms for Google Glass. While Google has since …Read More »
In the post 9/11 era, the world has borne witness to the most remarkable military technology ever used in the history of warfare. From state-of-the-art missiles, planes, naval warships, hand-held guns, to drones, the exposure and use of new technology …Read More »
Tim Cook, Apple’s Chief Executive Office, wrote in the Wall Street Journal about how he was in favor of the US government passing an anti-discrimination bill that would target discrimination that takes place in the work place, notably discrimination against …Read More »
The PayPal 14, as they have come to be known, are a group of loosely connected people who are being charged after they (allegedly) participated in a protest against PayPal and others. They have recently been given a plea deal, …Read More »
Patent wars rage on, and with the unsuccessful acquisition of Nortel in a 2011 auction, Google may be losing the battle. The consortium ‘Rockstar’ owns thousands of patents and is targeting Google, Samsung, and other companies that created Android devices …Read More »
As part of an initiative to move towards energy that is renewable and clean, a new solar power plant has been completed in central California.
The project was started back in 2011 and built by SunPower in San Luis Obispo …Read More »