A podcast is what you get when...
By Chris Jablonski
for Between the Lines
| September 29, 2004 -- 14:12 GMT (07:12 PDT)
| Topic: Tech Industry
A podcast is what you get when you
Sun sets on emerging tech blog
10 military technologies that will change the face of battle
IEEE releases new standard for body area network
Wearable devices to usher in context-aware computing
Tech giants appear compliant with Australia's anti-avoidance tax law
First corporate tax transparency report reflecting Australia's Multinational Anti-Avoidance Law shows tech giants coughing up to the ATO.
Twitter says it receives half a million of spam reports per month
Twitter's latest Transparency Report also shows a rise in government requests for user data.
She'd just had a stillborn child. Tech companies wouldn't let her forget it
A woman pleads with tech companies like Facebook and Twitter to stop serving her ads to intensify her grief.
Amazon delivery thieves beware: Cops plant GPS trackers in fake parcels
New Jersey police team up with Amazon to deliver fake parcels containing GPS-tracking devices.
Opera for Android becomes an Ethereum 'blockchain browser'
Opera hopes to make cryptocurrency more than just a speculative asset.
Accenture intends to acquire Adaptly in social media marketing push
Adaptly focuses on ad content delivery based on social contexts.
Brave browser moves to Chromium codebase, now supports Chrome extensions
Brave replaces ambitious Muon interface and goes full Chromium. Gets 22 percent speed boost in the process.
Sick and disgusted: The worst tech failures of 2018
Google CEO Sundar Pichai: 'Our mission is to protect your privacy'
Google CEO Sundar Pichai today faces questions from Congress about privacy and political bias on its platforms.