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Virtual space club sold for $635,000

We recommend that everyone reading this stops immediately and starts buying up in-game real estate. And let us visit your space ranch when you're gazillionaires.

By November 19, 2010


Virtual space club sold for $635,000. No, really

A virtual club on board an asteroid within the online game Entropia Universe has been sold by its owner for a cool $635,000, in a record-breaking virtual transaction.

By November 19, 2010


Twitter CEO unveils '@Anywhere' platform

The company's big announcement at the South by Southwest Interactive Festival was its new way to integrate Twitter data into partner sites.

By March 15, 2010


DHS wants green card holders' fingerprints

Department expands its biometrics-based border database, which requires all 10 fingerprints, a digital photograph, home address, and other information that privacy advocates have criticized as too intrusive.

By December 18, 2008


Govt. biometrics use still raises privacy concerns

Government and IT industry representatives discuss how to make the public comfortable with the increasingly sophisticated ways identifiable information is collected.

By October 8, 2008


Ridge leaves mixed legacy

The first head of the Department of Homeland Security forges a single organization, but spearheaded some questionable initiatives.

By December 1, 2004


U.S. boosts homeland security budget in 2005

President Bush signs the 2005 budget for funding the Department of Homeland Security, allocating some $40.7 billion to that agency, an increase of 6.6 percent over 2004.

By October 22, 2004