Who owns the Internet and who determines how it is used and for what cost? The issue is ‘net neutrality,’ the principle that Internet service providers (ISPs) treat all data transm[...]
Generally, discussions of consumer protection or regulatory actions in financial transactions emanate from the United States or some other democratic government around the world. H[...]
On Tuesday, December 24th, Mike Lazaridis, a BlackBerry co-founder, reduced his shares of BlackBerry to less than 5%, receiving $26 million US in the process. According to regulato[...]
Twitter has had a volatile month in December. The stock fell dramatically on the New York Stock Exchange after sell-side analysts downgraded it, only to then quickly surge in value[...]
The biggest decision Twitter has made this year is its plan to go public. If Twitter is to be a success as a public company, however, there are a few key concerns in its filing tha[...]
Start-up technology and biotech companies are increasingly becoming a potent force in economic growth and high-end innovation. Companies backed by venture capital, such as Google, [...]
Korean-based Samsung Electronics bested Taiwanese rival HTC Corp in the smartphone race, pushing HTC to its first quarterly loss ever. Samsung’s record operating profit in th[...]
In recent years, our technology world has seen a lot of advancements bringing to the forefront futuristic, user-friendly, and reliable features. All of these innovations have encou[...]
Myspace Begins a New Era of Social Media Networking with Its Totally Updated Theme and Fresh Look Myspace, one of the highly popular social networking sites owned by Specific Media[...]
As rightly stated by Scott McNealy, CEO of Sun Microsystems, we should all come to terms with the fact that privacy is dead. If not dead, then at least on life support, in a digita[...]