BRINGING INTERNET.ORG'S MISSION TO FRUITION
Twitter Inc.'s newly installed chief executive officer, Jack Dorsey, says a key to a turnaround is making the product more understandable for people who aren't hardcore users.
US tech giants are turning to the news in their competition for mobile users, developing new, faster ways to deliver content, but the benefits for struggling media outlets remain unclear.
Days after top feminists called on UN to censor Internet over critical tweets
Last weekend, world leaders met at the U.N. 70th General Assembly, arguably "the greatest political show on Earth." Among these world leaders was Mark Zuckerberg.
SINCE HIS WORLD-SHAKING collection of NSA leaks first dropped, Edward Snowden has been one of the most important journalistic sources in history and an elusive, occasional interview subject. Now he's finally speaking for himself.
Opposing influx of "refugees" puts people at risk of being fired
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- An AIDS health care group is defending an ad campaign in Los Angeles that links popular dating apps with the spread of sexual transmitted diseases.
Someone doing good work and getting noticed... by the wrong people. I listed this as "community member news" because I think he actually is a member, and if not a PL member, certainly part of our larger community.
The AI that can help you buy things
Facebook is using our data to build the 'world's best' Artificial Intelligence lab
TRUMP CAME OUT AGAINST VACCINES DURING LAST NIGHT'S GOP DEBATE
When Facebook's "Like" button appeared in 2007, people quickly asked for an alternative to the cheerful thumbs-up symbol. Many called it a "Dislike" button.
German government cracks down on dissent against migrant influx
Facebook is finally going to do it -- it's finally going to make a "Dislike" button.
Big data is the future. And online mapping firm CartoDB is, quite literally, banking on it.
The US has assassinated at least one pro-ISIS Twitter user. Is this going too far, or should people be killed for what they Tweet?
Google Inc. will start testing a delivery service for fresh food and groceries in two U.S. cities later this year, stepping up competition with online retailer Amazon.com Inc. and startup Instacart Inc.
DESPITE ITS RECENT HACK, purported leak of customer information, and resignation of its chief executive, the parent company of Ashely Madison says business is going, well, just fine. In fact, it says, it's "growing."
Last week, 21WIRE reported on the eminent demise of the controversial adult dating website, Ashley Madison, which was the center of an alleged "hack" which is said to have exposed its 37 million adulterous members.
Last night we heard the best 'excuse' yet if you are caught with an Ashley Madison account, from Dan Loeb - "due diligence." Today, not to be outdone by a married hedge fund manager, Vice-President Joe Biden's son "Hunter" has unleashed his own set o
Today, a federal court sentenced a 17-year-old Virginia resident named Ali Shukri Amin to 11 years and four months in prison for supporting the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, commonly known as ISIS.
Facebook's Photo App Looks Beyond 3:2
TODAY, A FEW hundred Bay Area Facebook users will open their Messenger apps to discover M, a new virtual assistant. Facebook will prompt them to test it with examples of what M can do: Make restaurant reservations. Find a birthday gift for your spous
FACE IT: SIRI sucks. So often, she has no clue what you're saying. And when she does, there's a pretty good chance she'll respond with nothing more than a page filled with Internet links.
At least three people have reportedly committed suicide now after being outed as cheaters from the Ashley Madison extramarital affair website hack and subsequent leak of some 37 million email addresses worldwide.
The Ashley Madison hack is bad news for, well, just about everyone. With some 32 million users reportedly exposed, the hack of "the most famous name in infidelity" is bad for the company, bad for its users, and undeniably awful for their spouses.
There were only 3 ZIP codes in America without any Ashley Madison accounts -- here they are
Ashley Madison's parent company Avid Life Media is offering a $500,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the hacker or hackers behind the breach of its network.
For a site that touted itself as the premier cheating site for married people seeking partners for infidelity, Ashley Madison was relatively unknown until hackers broke into its servers and released more than 30 gigabytes of customer and company data