Through dance, HackPolitik chronicles the exploits of the nebulous online community, which has assailed governments, companies, and other organizations it finds objectionable.
Machinima was the only tech startup funding story that crossed our desk today. SXSW will do that.
Guest Post Crowdsourcing is an important trend, and it’s not just for pooling together knowledge on a wiki page. In fact, it’s proving extremely valuable for researchers.
Sponsored Post iAffiliate Management, a Minneapolis-based Outsourced Program Management Agency, announced today the hiring of affiliate marketing veteran Mike Allen who will join the Client Development team. Mike Allen joins iAffiliate Management’s…
Join Akamai’s security expert Matthew Mosher and GamesBeat lead reporter Dean Takahashi to hear about the latest online attacks and the toolkits companies are using to take worldwide gaming platforms offline.
“Americans benefit profoundly, [from keeping the NSA in check] because we’ve got the most to lose from being hacked, At the same time, every citizen in every country has something to lose.
Missed SXSW this year? I attended sessions and consulted with the experts for our list of the five most intriguing health startups at the festival.
Referral programs are everywhere, and Google doesn’t really have a brand awareness problem. So why is the company paying for new customers?
After cutting over 10 percent of its staff, gaming video site Machinima has confirmed its new Warner Bros. Entertainment-led funding round.
Yesterday, I was surrounded by hackers, PayPal and eBay signs, snacks and food trucks, and major tech sponsors such as Microsoft, Andreessen Horowitz, and Pebble.
Twitter has hired an ex-YouTube executive to help improve its video chops.
Speaking live over an Internet video connection at South by Southwest today, ex-contractor Edward Snowden said that ”every society in the world has benefited” from National Security Agency leaks.
Sponsored Post Communications industry veterans Josh Rosenberg, Brad Laney and Rob Longert have launched Day One Agency, a digitally driven marketing communications company that melds best practices in social media, digital marketing and traditional…
On the subreddit, Wales provoked a deeper debate about whether nonprofit organizations should take donations in online currencies.
Former NSA contractor and whistleblower Edward Snowden says the U.S. “needs a watchdog that watches Congress.”
Yvolver believes the time has come to reward gamers for their attention.
Major carriers such as KT have been banned from March 13 to April 26, and LG UPlus has been banned from March 13 to April 4 and April 27 to May 18.
“Think of it as a late night Google search that goes a hundred pages deep until things get weird — and then you just keep going,” said executive producer Craig Ferguson.
Chartboost will make it easier for developers to drum up installs for games via video ads and in-game ads.
For the first time since fleeing the country, activist Edward Snowden will address a public crowd at this year’s South by Southwest Interactive (SXSWi) event today.
Most security professionals think securing data in the cloud is harder than keeping on-premise systems safe, but they’re preparing for a cloudy future regardless.
Murray’s job will be to help turn Skybound into a true transmedia company.
This is the most realistic iPhone 6 concept we’ve ever seen.
A new standard could mean a single disc can store 300 GB or even 1 TB. That could help companies with huge piles of data keep it all on hand more efficiently.
The latest version of the open-source Xen hypervisor now supports 64-bit ARM-based server chips. And it offers performance improvements, which could help cloud providers make the decision to try ARM-based servers.
Phoenix Age makes titles like Castle Age and Underworld Empire.
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United Kingdom prime minster David Cameron announced a £45 million commitment in funding for research into the Internet of things.
The biggest surprise of the True Detective finale? HBO’s streaming service wasn’t prepared for the overwhelming demand.
Guest Post It’s time for business software to fragment into purpose-built apps, just as Facebook is moving away from a complicated monolith and toward an ecosystem of dedicated lightweight apps.
Guest Post Here’s how one entrepreneur used persistent problem-solving to turn a lot of rejection into a solid, well-backed startup.
IBM is putting its 2013 revenue slide in the rear-view mirror. Now it wants to talk about ways in which it can grow and focus on higher-margin businesses.
It doesn’t happen all of the time, but local and state governments are in fact pinging Pinterest for data on user accounts.
Sometimes you just have to throw down against the competition, and sometimes that means climbing into a giant motorized robot that specializes in fisticuffs.
Google wants to simplify the work of wearable device builders, by pushing the Android as a common platform.
People just aren’t using ICQ like they used to. Meanwhile millions are jumping onto new messaging service Telegram, and Facebook’s WhatsApp buy is a factor.
Ever been to a huge (and expensive) annual conference only to leave without making any valuable connections? Social conferencing startup Feathr is betting you have.
Surfingbird’s free service attracts 100,000 daily active users. The company is not profitable yet, he conceded, but close to break-even point.