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The social network says users caught posting images from the gruesome video of the alleged beheading of photojournalist James Foley will have their accounts yanked.
Since Google's co-founder took charge in 2011, he's had the search giant thinking bigger than ever. What to expect at Google I/O this week? Even if it's nothing mind-blowing, it's all according to plan.
Artist Cory Arcangel makes a statement with his new clothes for Internet fiends, but wearers can decide for themselves what the line means for them.
Today's double-feature episode features stories about a tiny mirror accessory that turns your iPhone into a creepshots factory, cell service coming to MTA subways in New York, a crowdsourced dream database app, and an interview with Jim O'Heir from "Parks and Recreation"!
The hacker group gets administrator privileges for Twitter's domain name record and also appears involved in a New York Times' Web site outage.
The paper says a server problem knocked out its Web site and e-mail, which it blames on an "internal issue," despite a report of a cyber attack.
The Times reports today that it is already seeing a positive effect on its financial performance from its digital subscriptions.
Chavez was a media-savvy politician with more than 4 million Twitter followers. He promoted access to the Internet, while at the same time suppressing a free press.
Elon Musk told Bloomberg TV that the newspaper's review of the Model S lowered the company's valuation by tens of millions of dollars.
Accounts linked to influential media outlets, as well as to key members of the federal government, are among accounts likely hacked last week, according to an analysis.