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Based on the third quarter earnings report alone, Facebook's CEO defended, "The results show our approach is working.”
With the NSA seemingly listening in to Google's datacenter traffic, Google, Yahoo, and other companies' need for datacenter-to-datacenter encryption has never been greater.
Cisco and Mozilla reps declared that the free, open distribution of the codec enables streaming of real-time online video from the browser without plugins.
"We recognize the current climate and sensitivity around products like this," admitted LinkedIn's CEO.
Apparently everyone wants to replace SMS.
Starting today, Facebook is testing an update to Messenger on Android that could replace standard text messaging.
Civil society and the technical community influenced the early direction of the internet and if the Internet Society has its way, they will continue to influence the development of the internet, true to its ground-up, "for the people" roots.
Mozilla has released a tool that will allow users of the Firefox browser to know which companies are tracking them online.
Accumulating hundreds of terabytes of data daily is a daunting challenge for any company -- even Facebook.
Airbnb is taking its infrastructure tools public, making them open source on Github with the potential to both help and influence other startups.
Organisations in the UK should expect to be able to introduce new applications software up to 33 percent faster using DevOps – and the software should be better to.
"Every business person will use this as the new document type," declared the vice president of Google Maps.
Microsoft is packaging up some popular mobile Web sites and making them available as downloadable Windows Phone apps.
Venture capitalists in Silicon Valley appear convinced that big data means big money.