Mark Zuckerberg Launches App for Immigration

In an effort to promote immigration reform, advocacy group FWD.us launched Push4Reform, a Web application aimed at helping supporters connect with Congress members and urge...

Bill Gates Says Government Spying Is Not Absolutely Bad In All Cases

Bill Gates has strong opinions when it comes to world poverty, but the tech titan-turned-philanthropist takes the middle ground on government spying. Speaking with Fusion’s...

Apple Gets Reprieve from e-Book Monitor’s Oversight

A U.S. appeals court gave Apple Inc a reprieve from an external monitor appointed to oversee its compliance with antitrust laws after the company...

It Is Reported that a 17-Year-Old Russian Boy May Be the Mastermind Behind the...

  Security firm IntelCrawler posted that the teen sold the software responsible for breaching security at the retailers and affecting as many as 110 million...
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Steve Jobs’ Biographer, Walter Isaacson, Declares Google is the Most Innovative Tech Company

Walter Isaacson, author of the best-selling biography "Steve Jobs", told CNBC in an interview that Google is currently the world's greatest innovator and Apple...
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5 Big Things that Happened in Tech this Week

Google came out a winner this week in the tech world with its acquisition of a home tech company, while Netflix and Target suffered...

Without a Free and Open Internet, Black and Brown People Will Pay the Price...

The fight to preserve a free and open Internet has been raging for years, but now it’s crunch time. The big telecom companies have just...

Google Creates Contact Lens that Monitors Glucose Levels in Tears

Google unveiled Thursday a contact lens that monitors glucose levels in tears, a potential reprieve for millions of diabetics who have to jab their fingers to...
Intel Corp. CEO Brian Krzanich introduces "Intel Edison," a tiny Intel-based computer, at the 2014 International CES on January 6, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada (AFP/File, Robyn Beck)

Intel Plans to Cut Over 100,000 Employees from Global Workforce this Year

Intel Corp plans to reduce its global workforce of 107,000 by about 5 percent this year as the chipmaker, struggling with falling personal-computer sales,...

Meet the Christian Tech Executive Who Wants to Save Silicon Valley’s Soul

Of all the rituals of modern life that Silicon Valley technologists have burrowed their way into — eating, exercising, communicating, doing the laundry —...

Facebook Launches New “Trending” Feature

Facebook said Thursday that it’s launching a new feature, called “Trending,” that will show popular topics of conversation on the world’s largest social network. The product...
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Google Play Movies and TV Now Available in the Apple App Store

Google just released a new app in the iOS App Store, and it’s a significant one when it comes to the company’s content strategy...
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Facebook Adjusts Ad Tools to Compete Directly with Google

Last June, Facebook released a tracking pixel, a snippet of code that allows advertisers to track customers who come to their websites from Facebook...
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Verizon, AT&T, White House Respons to Net Neutrality Ruling

Net neutrality opponent Verizon has released a statement following this week's shocking court decision to grant its appeal. The Federal Court of Appeals for the...
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Apple to Refund at Least $32.5 Million for Kids’ In-app Purchases

iPod company agrees to provide full refunds to thousands of consumers to settle Federal Trade Commission complaint related to video game microtransactions. Apple has agreed...

Apple Agrees to Pay $32.5 Millon in Refunds to Parents Whose Kids Racked Up...

The federal government on Wednesday said Apple has agreed to pay at least $32.5 million in refunds to parents who didn’t authorize hefty purchases racked up by their...

Federal Appeals Court Deals Blow to Net Neutrality

The Internet doesn’t play favorites — at least, until now. A federal appeals court has sided against the government’s efforts to impose “net neutrality” rules...
Customers looking at iPhones in an Apple store in Shanghai, on January 14, 2014 (AFP, Peter Parks)

Apple Fights for Bigger Share of China’s Smartphone Market

The world's biggest mobile network is ready to offer Apple's iPhone, but while the US technology giant has declared China its biggest future market,...

Does Siri on Your iPhone Believe in God?

My iPhone can do almost anything. But could it help me find God? An interview with Siri, the virtual assistant inside many Apple products, reveals that...
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Google Makes 2nd-Largest Acquisition Ever, Buying Nest Labs for $3.2 Billion

Nest was co-founded by one of the creators of Apple's iconic iPod music player Google is to buy Nest Labs, the home gadget maker founded...