Open-source software rules the world, and if you're an open-source developer anywhere around the globe -- even in countries not on good terms with the US -- you have a home at GitHub.
Consumer watchdog says Google collected and used location data without providing users with an informed choice.
Agreement sets aside multiple lawsuits that dealt with over 40 patents.
GNOME, the popular Linux desktop, is under attack by Rothschild Patent Imaging, a patent troll. But the non-profit GNOME has friends in this fight. The Open Invention Network is helping defend GNOME.
Samsung heir-apparent JY Lee made his first court appearance in nearly two years and faces possibly a heavier sentence than before.
The foundation will fight the patent lawsuit.
Deepfakes pose a serious threat to democracy in the long run but women are likely to suffer first, a new study says.
This includes content that is posted by users outside of the European Union.
But Tesla doesn't need permission from US regulators to release a feature like Smart Summon.
Passed in May 2019 after a brief debate, the Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Bill will come into effect from October 2 onwards. It includes an appeals process that costs SG$200 to file and could be heard in the High Court within nine days.
It follows the Taiwanese company being sued by GlobalFoundries last month.
The SEC finds that Block.one violated the registration provisions of the federal securities laws, resulting in a $24 million civil monetary penalty.
Sure, anyone can sue anyone, but winning this intellectual property lawsuit against the GNOME Foundation, a leading open-source and Linux non-profit group, will be a heck of a challenge.
Amid calls from Singapore's law minister for regulations to address foreign interference in local elections, Facebook advertisers running campaigns on social or political issues in the country now must confirm their identity and location as the social media giant looks to stem misinformation.
The patent is for a system and method for distributing digital photographic images.
Apple's "Design and Health" kit contents: Weighted mugs, lenticular mouse pads, post-it notes, and more!
Apple's internal "design and health" guide for their designers (click images to enlarge).
A run down of some of the most controversial decisions or actions by Facebook, including some of their biggest mistakes to date.
A quick run through of the newly released Amazon Cloud Drive - the online storage service, and the Amazon Cloud Player - the integrated music streaming service.
Prysmian Telecom Cables and Systems was awarded a contract of up to $300 million this week to supply fibre-optic cables for the National Broadband Network (NBN). NBN Co head Mike Quigley visited the company's Dee Why factory after the announcement.
(Sept. 2011) This gallery guide will walk you through the settings and features of your profile page.
(Sept. 2011) This gallery guide will explain miscellaneous tweaks to protect your privacy.
(Sept. 2011) This gallery guide will help you secure your Facebook account.
(Sept. 2011) This gallery guide is designed to help you secure your Facebook privacy settings.
A quick look over the proposed Privacy Icons to simplify the online privacy policies.
Everyone's talking about mobile. They want to access the internet while they're on the go, and they want it to be fast. Ericsson is one of a swathe of vendors conducting trials for the next generation of mobile technology — Long Term Evolution (LTE).
The Hewlett Packard LaserJet IIP popularized the desktop personal laser printer. TechRepublic cracks it open to see what made the IIP tick.
Artist turns old printed circuit boards into useful items--clocks, clip boards, picture frames, pencil holders and more.
Chipmaker Qualcomm offered a glimpse of what the future might hold for the next generation of smartphones.
One of Microsoft's early US patents had nothing to do with computers. Drawings show a reading stand and book holder that Microsoft patented in 1986.
A new case of suspected Chinese industrial espionage highlights Europe's tricky balancing act between exploiting opportunities in China and guarding against the theft of technology back home.
If the legislation is passed, social media platforms may be ordered by government to disable accounts spreading fake news.
Apple slightly loosens its grip on who mends your devices. Read more: https://zd.net/2IhP4vg
Microsoft is extending its Azure IP Advantage patent-protection program into the IoT space to help its customers fight patent trolls.
Europe wants copyright to work the same was online as offline. That could have a big impact on how news and other content is shared.
In this month's Estonian parliamentary elections, a whopping 44 percent of the ballot was cast using e-voting. Read more: https://zd.net/2HrnUlf
Facebook rolls out the unsend feature it promised last April.
Thanks to the expansion of piracy site-block laws to websites that have the primary effect of facilitating copyright infringement, a series of music copyright holders have sought the block of sites that allegedly allow users to download YouTube videos and strip them down to audio files.
Impact of no-deal Brexit is already being felt on recruitment and investment. And uncharted waters lay ahead. Read more: https://zd.net/2Gc3YDm
Google and Facebook have regained enterprise certificates to run internal iOS apps with employees.
Microsoft wants to make it easier for organizations to deal with new privacy regulations like EU's GDPR.
After explosive growth in the industry, some fear not enough attention has been paid to safety. This is the year that could change.
Facebook and Twitter are in breach of laws requiring personal data to be kept on Russian soil, say the authorities.