The NY Times could have protected itself by having what is called a “registry lock” in place, which prevents domain transfers or changes to the DNS details. In fact, having that lock in place is likely the only thing that prevented Twitter.com from suffering the same fate as the NY Times.
Beginning in the fall, Boston-based Beaver County Day School will make it a requirement for students to take coding lessons.
Editor’s Pick “We want to completely crush today’s model of journalism,” co-founder and CEO Martin Roldan told me last night.
Whether New Year’s Eve involves a quiet night on the couch, a gathering of friends, or a wild party, here are tech tips and tricks for ringing in 2013.
AOL is planning to launch a new streaming video network branded under its Huffington Post web news site, the company announced Thursday.
Senior Aol executive Brad Garlinghouse has left the company according to multiple sources.
AOL is expected to lay off 400 to 500 people in the U.S. starting tomorrow, according to a report citing unnamed sources in AllThingsD.