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Why Romney's Orca killer app beached on Election Day

Project Orca was supposed to give the Romney campaign a technical advantage over Obama on election day. It got harpooned instead.

By 10 November 2012


Is Net neutrality blocking FCC spectrum auctions?

The FCC is making the case for new authority to auction spectrum critical for mobile broadband growth. But the agency doesn't seem to realize the extent of Congress' seething anger over 2010's "Net neutrality" rules.

By 29 July 2011


Watching Kagan: Reality Check

The Senators and Their Shifting Positions

By 29 June 2010


Reality check on 'reclassifying' broadband

The legally explosive concept of regulating Net access under Title II is one for Congress to handle (and reject), argues Stanford Law Fellow Larry Downes.

By 20 April 2010


Interview: The Space Station's IT guys

When computers on board the Space Station go down, the astronauts do the same as us -- they call IT. We spoke to the charming chaps at NASA's ISS helpdesk

By 3 November 2009


Los Angeles gets its Google Apps groove

The nation's second-largest city is close to overcoming security fears and jumping on the cloud computing bandwagon. Will other cities follow?

By 21 August 2009


Microsoft resorts to vomit to market IE 8

In a new series of online ads for its Internet Explorer 8 browser, created by the team behind the Mojave Experiment, Microsoft goes beyond the pale. In fact, a bucket is required.

By 2 July 2009


'Help Wanted' ad names next FCC chair's priorities

Media advocacy group Free Press is also seeking public input on what the top priorities should be for the next Federal Communications Commission chairman.

By 3 December 2008


Internet: The Movie!

Films and the Web have gone hand-in-hand since the first pirate sneaked into the mutleyplex. But what would films based on your favourite sites and software look like? Crave calls lights... camera... action!

By 4 December 2008


TechCrunch acquires Tiger Beat, will rename it CrunchKids

In a pre-April 1 post announcing the deal, TechCrunch editor Michael Arrington throws down the gauntlet in a new feud with the mainstream media of teen and pre-teen publications.

By 1 April 2008