Google is cleaning house. On Wednesday the company announced plans to purge Google Reader, Google Cloud Connect, CalDAV API, Snapseed’s desktop versions for Mac and Windows, and a handful of other products and services to focus on its core products.
The Unlocking Consumer Choice and Wireless Competition Act would simply restore the Library of Congress’ exemption for cellphone unlocking and wouldn’t affect the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
Released Tuesday, BitTorrent Live opens in beta as a new way to stream live content.
Pizza Hut is seeking a social media manager, but instead of hiring the old-fashioned way, the company is launching a Twitter campaign and conducting 140-second interview lightning rounds at South by Southwest.
Microsoft is ending its "Scroogled" advertising takedown of Google's privacy practices, citing a successful petition and continued Web presence at Scroogled.com.
The Obama Administration supports a “narrow legislative fix” for the cell phone unlocking ban, but critics say the Digital Millennium Copyright Act is the real problem.
New nonprofit foundation Code.org on Tuesday released a short film that features tech titans advocating for computer programming classes in schools.
MasterCard announced MasterPass at Mobile World Congress on Monday, a mobile service that lets you pay any way you want with just a tap on your smartphone screen.
Yahoo’s new look for its home page is clean, simple, and mobile-friendly as the site seeks to reclaim Internet crown.
Cybersecurity and election experts caution against Internet voting systems, saying no technology can yet protect election integrity.