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Mississippi's attorney general says he still considers Google's responses to allegations that it's not doing enough to prevent illegal online sales of drugs without prescriptions and says he's sending out subpoenas for company documents to further his investigation.
Tech companies continued Tuesday their scrambled reaction to allegations that the National Security Agency can access their users' data with impunity, as Google stepped up its campaign for clarity and Yahoo disclosed its participation .
Search giant Google petitioned the secretive Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court on Tuesday for permission to separately report the number of requests it receives from the court, such as requests tied to the National Security Agency's Prism program, claiming protections from the First Amendment right to free speech.
Attorney General Eric Holder, shown here in a file photo, and the FBI claim that publication of even aggregate numbers of government requests "is unlawful," Google told a court Tuesday.
Microsoft Corporation and Intel Corporation are so closely connected that they have their own celebrity-style name mash-up: Wintel.
You'd think that we would have heard everything about the ongoing legal dispute between Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. by now.
Today: Netflix makes yet another groundbreaking deal, lining up original children's programming from DreamWorks; stock hits highest level in nearly two years.
Google Inc has been about an open and transparent Internet so that billions of people on the planet can intercommunicate with each other and share information and experiences without borders.
Steve Lee understands the hesitation some folks have about Google Glass. When he saw an early version of the concept, a pair of augmented-reality glasses that users could wear to enhance their everyday lives, he thought it was crazy.
The online search engine leader had planned to issue Class C shares as a dividend to investors.
Edward Snowden, the former security contractor who leaked details of the National Security Agency's Prism program, said in an online chat Monday that Silicon Valley tech companies' denials of providing access to government officials "were misleading."
Feedly said Monday that it has started migrating its users to its own back-end RSS infrastructure two weeks before Google is to pull the plug on its Reader service.
More than 30 computer scientists signed off on a court brief opposing Oracle's effort to copyright its Java APIs, a move they say would hold back the computer industry and make technology more expensive.
Infrastructure nerds, it's time to meet the accountants. At this year's Structure conference this Wednesday and Thursday we're focusing on the economics of cloud computing, not just for vendors, but for practitioners.
It's nice to see the 21st century being dragged into the 21st century. On the heels of Cheerios' decision to use an interracial family in an adorable television commercial , a decision that was a shock to the system for racists everywhere, Google has, for the first time, used an image of a black dad in it's Father's Day "doodle."