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The weekend "brain transplant" went off without a hitch and scientists will be busy readying the rover for a first drive within the next week.
On Wednesday, free online tutorial service Khan Academy will launch a new series of instructional videos covering the field of computer science.
Instead of spending a few hundred dollars on a new camera, check out these free Android apps that can help take your mobile photography to another level.
Microsoft today said that Windows RT, the spin-off of Windows 8, has been completed and will power ARM processor-equipped tablets and PCs from Asus, Dell, Lenovo and Samsung.
Google acquires yet another big name in the travel and recreation space. Will this move encourage the FTC to come knocking on the search giant’s door once again?
A tweet teases of the pending return of the downed file-sharing site, accompanied by a music download service called Megabox.
UPDATE: Two-thirds of the staff reduction will be outside the U.S., as the company shifts its emphasis from feature phones to focus on high-end devices.
Analysts say Google's record-setting $22.5 million fine from the FTC is a simple slap on the wrist, but the company takes a hit in the public eye for its bad behavior.
In exchange for information about sensitive information, such as identifying network vulnerabilities or attacks, the government will share this benchmarking data that's given to it anonymously with any other utility that participates in the information-sharing.
San Francisco tops the Modis list, followed by McLean, Va., Boston, St. Louis and Toronto, and the roles that companies in these cities are fighting to fill include data scientist, data analyst, business intelligence professional and data modeling/data modeler.
The MPAA praises the move to demote in search results sites accused of copyright infringement, while some advocates of Internet freedom pan the move or have a lukewarm response.
Analysis: Everybody calls Microsoft a software company, but of course Microsoft makes hardware, too.