Several websites will go dark to protest proposed "anti-piracy" legislation.
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Hailed as a visionary and a technological genius, Steve Jobs' death prompted several Fortune 500 company CEOs, celebrities, politicians, fellow tech-savvy experts and Apple lovers to offer their condolences and praises of Jobs' life accomplishments. Apple, Inc. also launched a shout-out tribute
Like any breakup, firing an employee can be hard to do. But when Yahoo! CEO Carol Bartz was fired over the phone by Chairman Roy Bostock, she decided not to go quietly. She informed the entire company about it in an email. “To all,” Bartz...
Google CEO Eric Schmidt, brought in a decade ago to provide suit-and-tie management to the search giant, had a Twitter-size explanation for stepping aside Thursday to make way for the return of co-founder Larry Page. "Day-to-day adult supervision no longer needed!" Schmidt said on his Twitter feed
Contrary to popular belief, Pete Cashmore doesn't have an obsessive love for potatoes. Rather he dubbed his blog "Mashable" because the original site covered tech "mashups" — web projects created by combining two services, like Flickr and Google Maps. Other companies have different strategies for
Some Say New Immigration Policy is Needed Specifically for Skilled Foreign Workers
Happy Birthday, Internet ? While the actual date of the Internet's birthday is somewhat debated, many say that the Internet was born 40 years ago today at the University of California, Los Angeles, when a computer to computer message was sent for the first time from the UCLA campus to Stanford. At
The Internet is officially over the hill. Though it might try to hide its graying hairs, it was 40 years ago today that computer scientists at the University of California, Los Angeles, established a network connection between two computers, creating the very first node of what we now know as the
Microsoft and Yahoo have finally struck a deal to take on giant rival Google. The 10-year partnership, announced Tuesday, will combine technologies, revenue sharing and ad search sales staff for the two tech and ad giants. The two competitors paired up to better challenge Google, which has 88% of