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Western IT education is broken. One 16-year-old British high-school student is taking on the UK government at its own game -- one it should be winning.
CNET's Charles Cooper is still waiting to hear a convincing argument that what's good for Time Warner Cable and Comcast is good for the United States.
The book by New York Times journalist Nick Bilton recounting the behind-the-scenes drama of the social network's rise is officially headed to Hollywood.
At GigaOm Roadmap, Square's CEO said that someone must take and share notes from any company "meeting of substance" to keep all employees in the loop.
Will the popular photo app ever reconcile with its one-time friend? The odds are slim as both aim to be a platform for in-the-now messages.
Google's future maps could integrate data like places you've rated or people you hang out with, into an interactive visual presentation, the company's Maps gurus explain at a GigaOm conference.
While still purple and in all caps, new logo goes sans-serif and includes a reverse white-on-purple version.
Outrage aside, Paul Graham sticks to the facts as he sees them: Startup founders with strong foreign accents are less likely to win VC funding.
The photo-sharing network gets hit by an unusually colorful spam attack, as pictures of fruit flood users' streams.
At its Google I/O show, the company details how it gathers and corrects data for its massive global mapping effort. It takes hundreds of people to map a country.