All those in the orbit of the NSA are looking for cover in the wake of the revelations about what might be called the excesses of the spy agency.
Bitcoin isn't to be trusted and Google Glass should be banned, according to people surveyed recently, but at least they've heard of these new technologies.
Research from UC Berkeley suggests that instinct is a far better judge of the mendacious than is any rational process.
The payments company has hired former Netflix DVD-by-mail lead Andrew Rendich, along with Allison Hopkins, once an HR honcho at the video rental heavyweight.
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.
Despite a slowdown in U.S. streaming subscriber growth from recent quarters, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings says the company's original programs are doing well or else Netflix wouldn't be making more of them.
The story incorrectly stated AsktheBuilder.com's daily revenue before it was hurt by a drop in Google search rankings. The daily revenue was $1,400.
It's not just Facebook. The trust metrics for all major Internet companies have gone down since the NSA scandal broke, says the social network's CEO.
Is there any greater reason to believe that companies to which we give our information every day will guard it more preciously than any government?
The youngest justice, Elena Kagan, admits that her fellow large minds haven't got around to e-mailing yet. Retrograde? Or wily?