It is impossible to see the full economic ramifications of the spying revelations by Edward J. Snowden but the pieces are beginning to add up as businesses question the trustworthiness of American technology products.
[UPDATE] Ubisoft has issued a statement regarding Raynaud's comments. You can read the statement in full below. "Ubisoft is always excited about new hardware and platforms and creating innovative experiences.
[Press Release] Books You Might Like! The New York Public Library Launches Recommendations from Bookish in Online Catalog The New York Public Library (NYPL) launched today a state-of-the-art book recommendation tool in its online catalog,...
News Corp digital education unit Amplify has a new English and language arts curriculum aimed at middle-school students. Astoundingly, the program is completely digital and only costs schools $45 per year per student.
[Press Release] Predicting the future on the Web’s 25th anniversary Experts say the Internet will become ‘like electricity’ over the next decade – less visible, yet more deeply embedded in people’s lives, with many good and potentially bad results...
Google is getting serious about taking on Amazon Web Services, with sharply cheaper prices and new features. Just as important, Google is vowing that prices will continue to fall in line with Moore's Law.
Social network Behemoth Facebook has acquired Oculus Rift developer Oculus VR in a massive deal worth an estimated $2 billion. Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg announced the news today on, you guessed it, Facebook.
Google's latest acquisitions have technologies that advance humanoid robotics, driverless cars and Internet-connected home devices, making the company look as if it is using a business planning book from the future.