Google just paid a record $25 million for exclusive rights to the ‘.app’ top-level...

Google has just paid a record-breaking $25 million to get exclusive rights to the entire “.app” top-level web domain. The company outbid 11 other bidders, including Amazon, in a heated auction...

Google reverses course, won’t ban sexually explicit content on Blogger after all

Google announced plans to implement sweeping changes to its Blogger adult content policy earlier this week. The decision was met with an abundance of criticism, however, prompting an expeditious about-face from...
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MWC underway: LG & Huawei unveil smartwatches, HTC & Valve announce ‘Vive’ virtual reality...

Valve's VR headset is called the Vive and it's made by HTC HTC has just announced the Vive, a virtual reality headset developed in collaboration with Valve. It will be available to...

Lenovo website apparently hacked by Lizard Squad because of Superfish incident

Things took a turn from bad to worse from Lenovo this week. After the embarrassment that was Superfish last week, the Chinese computer maker’s website recently fell victim to hackers. For a brief...

Samsung to freeze salaries of its South Korean employees this year

Samsung has announced that this year it will freeze the salaries of all its workers in its home country of South Korea, where the company employs nearly 93,928 people. The last...

China has dropped several major US tech brands for government purchases in wake of...

Edward Snowden has had a profound impact on the way the entire world views online privacy. The whistleblower’s NSA leaks have also cost some of the world’s leading technology brands quite...

Google bans sexually explicit content on Blogger

Less than an year after Google began cracking down on Blogger blogs that make money off of adult-themed ads, the company has banned sexually explicit material from the platform. The ban...

The harmful code recently found on Lenovo machines is now surfacing in other apps

As we previously reported, Lenovo apparently pre-loaded a number of its machines with Superfish adware along with other malicious code. The appearance of the potentially harmful software was not only shocking...

Twitter comes out in support of the FCC’s net neutrality proposal

In the lead-up to the Federal Communications Commission’s vote on proposed net neutrality regulations later this week, Twitter on Monday voiced its opinion on the matter. In a blog post arguing its...

Three months on and State Department still struggling to evict hackers from its network

Three months after it confirmed that its non-classified email system was breached, the US State Department is still struggling to root out hackers from its network, according to a Wall Street...

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Samsung’s Galaxy S7 hardware revealed in benchmark results

With Mobile World Congress just over a month away, rumors regarding upcoming smartphones are circulating at a feverish pace. One of the most anticipated...

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