In 2010, if you had said Russia would be a more tolerant nation to whistleblowers than the United States, you may have been called mad, but Edward Snowden has been living in Moscow for all of 2014 while the US continues to block his re-entry.
Dish Network and T-Mobile USA are back in merger talks, following the fallout of a similar acquisition offer in 2013. It is the third time the two companies have been connected to a merger.
Launching an Internet of Things platform is the new trend for technology companies and Google has jumped on the bandwagon, with the launch of Project Brillo.
Google announced the next version of Android at I/O earlier this week, named Android M, a big update to the platform focused on stability, security and payments.
Apple’s plan to build an internet TV service started floating around the rumor mill late last year, with reports it has met with TV execs to build a large al-a-carte style service.
In a world where the National Security Agency has coordinated attacks with the Government Communication Headquarters in the UK, the Communication Security Establishment in Canada and similar departments in Australia and New Zealand; worked to establish surveillance worldwide and collected billions of records outside the US, the removal of US-only mass surveillance networks is a small win for freedom.
$700 billion? $1 trillion? Even $1.4 trillion in Carl Icahn’s books—that is the apparent value of the most expensive company on planet Earth, according to investors.
Even though the National Security Agency had all the information it could need from backdoor servers on Google, Facebook, Yahoo and other Internet companies based in the US, it also planned to hijack the Google Play Store in the future.