Facebook announced today that the company now has one million active advertisers -- companies or organizations that have advertised on the social network at least once in the last 28 days.
Google is taking a stand against FISA gag orders with a pretty simple but powerful appeal: free speech.
Chomsky makes at least one pretty significant mistake, however. He said that Google Glass has a camera and a recorder, "which means that everything that's going on around you goes up on the Internet."
Microsoft, Yahoo, Google, Facebook, AOL, and Apple might breathe a little easier today as NSA Director General Keith Alexander lends credibility to their testimony.
Targeting the back-to-school shopping rush, Google announced today that its Chromebook computers will soon come to even more major retail stores.
The NSA whistle-blower didn't approve of the way Google and other tech companies handled their responses to the PRISM reports.
"It's like a giant game of Risk," Prince says as he talks about trying to put servers in Turkey, which is hard, and settling for Bulgaria, which is the gateway to the country.
Search and mobile superpower Google is working on new technology that would effectively purge all images of child pornography and abuse from the Web.
In the wake of revelations about PRISM, Facebook releases more information about government requests for user data, but Google said its measures aren't going far enough.
Google's top-secret ideas lab is working on a project to make Internet access more reliable and affordable in the developing world through a system of roving balloons.
The chief financial officer of Nexon saw very little that would impact the future of the game industry at E3.
Facebook is reportedly talking with the DOJ and FBI in order to get permission to publish data requests associated with national security.
Guest Post Since Apple talked about more than just a iOS redesign, I wanted to point out some other things they covered. Here are six things in the Apple announcement worth talking about:
EA's chief operating officer tells us where he has made his bets.
A group of entrepreneurs attempted to solve some of the world's most pressing problems at 30K feet -- with no WiFi. Here are my reflections from the British Airways UnGrounded flight.
By itself, Google accounts for 56 percent of all global mobile ad revenues. Social giant Facebook takes a much smaller chunk with 13 percent. But together, they own the lion's share of mobile ad dollars.
Two years ago, Apple debuted iAd with the goals of transforming how ads look, work, and sell, charging massive seven-figure sums for allowing brands the privilege of ushering in a brave new world of mobile advertising and capturing almost half of the mobile ad market. Predictably, iAd iFlopped.
Google is helping a little leaguer throw out the first pitch in a major league game today, even though he has a life-threatening blood disease, by using a telerobotic pitching machine -- and Google Fiber.
Steve Jobs was very upfront about the fact that good artists copy, and great artists steal. According to former Palm CEO -- and Apple SVP -- Jon Rubinstein, the company Steve started is still a great artist.
A new study by by cloud optimization company Newvem checked 61,545 Amazon Web Services instances which total a yearly spend of over $157 million. The good news is that cloud users are getting much more savvy about security, utilization, and optimization.
But there's still room to improve -- a lot of room.