Facebook Confronts The Free Internet Neutrality Dilemma

The subject of contention is Free Basics, Facebook and Internet.org‘s app that offers free data access but only to a limited section of the Internet. Free Basics is available in ... Continue Reading →

Pokkén Tournament Wii U Controller Coming To The US

A couple of weeks ago we reported that over in Japan, the official Pokkén Tournament Wii U controller was unveiled. However given that the announcement was made in Japan and sometimes ... Continue Reading →

To kill a hoverboard

I was going to be get a Hoverboard for Christmas that was supposed to spare me the plight of walking across campus. So imagine my dismay when I found out that no company was willing ... Continue Reading →

Livestream hacked, advises users to change passwords

We recently discovered that an unauthorized person may have accessed our customer accounts database. While we are still investigating the full scope of the incident, it is possible ... Continue Reading →

Sony will ensure ‘The Banner Saga’ comes to PS Vita

Now that Sony has more or less given up on first-party support for the Vita, indie games have become the portable system’s lifeblood. It should come as no surprise, then, that ... Continue Reading →

Yahoo Says It Will Warn Users Of ‘State-Sponsored’ Attacks | Androidheadlines.com

Internet companies that store a large amount of potentially-sensitive private information about their users, are getting increasingly cautious about the possibility of what they consider ... Continue Reading →

‘Gnarly Bugs’ Prompt Rock Band 4 Leaderboard Wipe

If you’ve been kicking ass on Rock Band 4 since its release this fall, Harmonix has some bad news. The game shipped with some “gnarly bugs,” developers revealed ... Continue Reading →

How Google Plans To Kill Passwords

Google announced yesterday (Dec. 23) it is testing out a new way for users to gain access to their Google accounts without needing to type out a password. With the new ... Continue Reading →

Groundbreaking light-based photonic processor could lead to ultra-fast data transfers | PCWorld

By using light instead of electricity, researchers tout 10 to 50 times greater bandwidth with lower energy consumption. Source: Groundbreaking light-based photonic processor could lead ... Continue Reading →

Facebook (FB) Runs into Trouble with Indian Regulators

Social media service, Facebook Inc. (FB – Analyst Report) has run into trouble with Indian regulators. Per media reports, the Telecom Authority of India (TRAI) has asked Facebook’s ... Continue Reading →
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