commentary Purging mass media of hurtful opinions would deny everyone important knowledge. Simply put, says author Greg Lukianoff, it's far better to know that there are bigots among us than to pretend all is well.
Washington, D.C., lawyer paid by Google's competitors says carving the Mountain View search company into multiple parts isn't "necessarily what's called for here," but might end up happening.
America's obsession with youth gets another boost with the introduction of Wear Repair shapewear and its claim to copper-powered anti-aging effects.
The challenge for Apple's attorneys is presenting a different picture of the e-book market than the one offered by the Department of Justice, experts say.
School authorities insisted that Kimberly Hester open up her Facebook account following complaints over a picture she posted. Now she's fighting for her job and her rights.
Today in tech news, Hulu launches its subscription service and we're thinking about going over the top (maybe next year). Also, FarmVille is apparently so prevalent that it forced a Firefox update ... or, put another way, Firefox gets a little bit broken so that FarmVille people can be happy. Sheesh. Steve Jobs sends more email, Kindle for Android arrives, and we fight for a while about Froyo.
Turns out the iPhone grip of death is simply a "fact of life" with all wireless phones. If holding your phone makes your iPhone 4 signal drop dramatically, Apple would like you to know you should either hold it a different way or buy a case. From them. That sounds logical, right? Right. No, thanks. Also, introducing Rafe's new side project, oneleggedgoat.xxx. Enjoy.
The Financial Times is hanging out with Foursquare, the location-based recommendation community game thingy polluting Twitter and Facebook feeds near you now
It may sound like two big companies fighting over who gets what. But there's plenty at stake in this court fight for other content creators and Web site operators.
Open source runs the risk of being so insular in its ideology that it becomes irrelevant. The OSI can help by expanding its membership.