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"This is for Everyone" showcases how the internet has grown into a place of sharing, learning and discovering.
Vice President Hugo Barra apologizes after it's revealed the Chinese smartphone maker's iMessage-like service was collecting some user information.
Google's mobile OS gets targeted by 275 out of 277 new malware "families" spotted last quarter by the security specialist.
Three directors step down because they wanted a mobile-market expert from outside, not CTO Brendan Eich, as the new CEO, the WSJ reports. Also, Eich is dogged by concerns over 2008 gay-marriage stance.
Two years ago this week, authorities arrested a computer programmer, Bassel Khartabil, involved in protests against the Syrian government. There's still no word on when he'll be released.
In the wake of last month's revelations that encryption firm RSA has been in cahoots with the NSA, several of the best-known security industry speakers cancel their regular appearances at the RSA Conference.
A 2012 cover story by Vanity Fair famously bashed Microsoft and CEO Steve Ballmer for the stack ranking process. Now that system has been thrown out.
A new survey suggests that proprietary Java application servers are losing to open source in the cloud age.
Signed with a valid Apple ID, Backdoor:Python/Janicab.A uses a Unicode trick to pass as a standard document instead of an application.
Security researchers discover an Android app called "Bad Pigs" that is nearly identical to Bad Piggies that asked users for permission to change settings and access personal information.