Vodafone, one of the UK's largest wireless carriers, has been linked with the Government Communication Headquarters (GCHQ) mass surveillance efforts. The information came from Edward Snowden, the ex-NSA contractor and now whistleblower. Despite not being listed as the largest wireless provider, Vodafone has an extensive reach, being ...

Continue reading

Uber has been losing celebrity support en-masse, after senior vice president of business Emil Michael claimed he would be willing to pay "one million dollars" in a smear campaign against editor-in-chief of PandoDaily, Sarah Lacy. Even if Uber continues surging ahead of other taxi services, it looks ...

Continue reading

Smear campaigns are always bad business, but are becoming all the more common the Internet. The latest attempt at a smear campaign comes from Uber's senior vice president of business, Emil Michael. The Uber exec - at a dinner party with several journalists present - said he ...

Continue reading

Internet companies want more transparency from the U.S. government when it comes to data requests, and some of the biggest names in the tech industry, including Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter and Apple, have set up a coalition to make it possible. The coalition - named Reform Government ...

Continue reading

The U.S. government have already been outed for using Verizon Wireless, AT&T and other carriers to gain information on almost every citizen with a mobile subscription, but they might be going even further than that for surveillance. A new report from The Wall Street Journal claims the U.S. ...

Continue reading

YouTube has finally announced its long awaited subscription music service, named YouTube Music Key. The service offers two features: ad-free music and music videos - for $7.99 per month. The new music service will work inside the main app, allowing ad-free music and music videos. Users will ...

Continue reading

The European Union has announced they will start banning sales of evasive surveillance software to certain countries, with companies requiring a permit to sell software programs. Having the licenses will give more transparency as to the software's intended use and where it is sold. This could tighten ...

Continue reading

Microsoft is making some interesting moves in the service space, recently announcing free OneDrive storage for Office 365 subscribers and dropping the price of admission for Office on mobile to free. The software and service focused mind of Satya Nadella appears to be working magic, with consumer ...

Continue reading