The White House has raised its requirements to make it more difficult to get a response on user-generated petitions today.
Zettaset, a company that helps its customers deploy Hadoop, the open source computing framework that can process large data-sets, has closed a $10 million funding round.
Editor's Pick Speculation has run rampant: It's a phone! It's a plane! Here's what the social network is really announcing today.
Facing criticism for taking a hard line against accused academic journal downloader Aaron Swartz, who committed suicide Friday, MIT has issued a statement.
Vuzix, a small company based in Rochester, New York, is about to beat Google to the punch in releasing Internet-enabled smart glasses.
General Assembly aims to teach technology skills that the market needs, not just what professors think you ought to know -- and it's expanding its locations worldwide.
Aaron Swartz, the co-creator of RSS 1.0, web.py, and a prominent Internet activist, has committed suicide.
Guest Post Designer? Check. CTO? Check. Engineering VP? Check. So whose job is it to make sure the experience flow is smooth, magical, and consistent?
Once upon a time, a hacker built a product. Then he sold it to a company that treated it poorly. Now, another company bought it back and promises to treat it right.
Editor's Pick In San Francisco, two guys are putting women through a 10-week bootcamp in software development. The goal: to change the gender ratio of the tech industry.
Twitter has just upgraded the machinery behind its search, this time with added real-time human computation!
Today Codecademy is launching a new partnership with nine companies to help budding developers learn APIs and create actual functioning sites, projects, and even products.
Kickstarter released it's "best-of" list for 2012, and the numbers are shocking. 2,41 million people funded at least one project, pledging a total of $319 million -- over $600 per minute over the course of the year. And 18,109 projects were successfully funded.
The Ford Developer Program, announced today at CES 2013, specifically aims to create apps that will utilize the Sync system and Ford's AppLink API.
European payments startup Paymill raises double digits round for to faciliate credit card transactions.
Looks like Chinese telecommunications manufacturer Huawei is getting slammed again. Now it's Los Alamos National Laboratory, the facility that is in charge of maintaining the United States's arsenal of nuclear weapons, that has apparently tossed out Huawei network switches.
AT&T's quest to attract developers (and make you hate it less) is off to a strong start in 2013.
When his solo project took off, star developer Sam Soffes had two choices: Go big or sell big.
Want a prettier way to read Reddit? Check out this awesome app for mobile/tablet/web - and you'll never guess who made it.
How Don Melton, Apple's director of Internet technologies, kept the Safari web browser from being leaked to the world.