"The Morning Briefing" is SmartPlanet's daily roundup of must-reads from the web. This morning we're reading about the food production industry.
A review of Five Myths about Nuclear Weapons, by Ward Wilson.
There's a lot of confusion out there about what's what with Ubuntu Linux on phones. Here's some answers for you.
Calories, percent daily values, proteins, fats, and carbs. We see these on nearly everything we eat. How did they come up with these numbers? It started in the 1800s with a man named Wilbur.
Extreme Networks said it will restructure following a weaker-than-expected second quarter.
With two notable exceptions - Better Place and MiaSole - these big venture capital bets in solar power, energy efficiency, alternative fuels and other green technologies appear to be paying off.
Lots of sunlight, walls painted in happy colors, comfortable chairs: these elements make for nice classrooms. A new survey shows such design factors can influence a kid's performance, too.
Microsoft joined Google and Mozilla in withdrawing the trust of digital certificates used in man-in-the-middle/spoofing attacks against the *google.com domain.
The FTC has issued a number of decisions in its complex investigation of Google, ranging from changes to search business practices to licensing Motorola-owned patents.
By platform, Google and Apple control 85.7 percent of the smartphone market. Research in Motion is a distant No. 3 with 7.3 percent of the smartphone market in November.
Cybercrime, cyberespionage, and straight out cyberattacks will increase in both frequency and ferocity over the next 12 months. Here are some of the challenges we're going to be dealing with.
How does the Nook stand out in that crowd? It's not easy. Meanwhile, Barnes & Noble relies on its struggling retail stores to showcase the Nook.
That's what the company's growth curve looks like moving forward, according to one market analyst. Which isn't such a bad thing.
NoWait's service helps small establishments alert waiting patrons through text messages to their mobile phone, foregoing investments in pricey pager systems.
Dice survey of 1,000 recruiters shows most planning new hires, but level is down slightly from 2012.
Samsung's Bada devices were sitting at fourth at the end of Q3 2012 so it isn't that unrealistic to think that a more modern Tizen-based lineup could achieve that position or higher in the next year or two.
The Federal Trade Commission will make its opinions known today regarding its investigation into Google over "alleged anticompetitive conduct."
The opening of new datacenters focused on serving Asia will improve the Google experience for hundreds of millions of users