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Tools To Help You Hide Online Raise The Ire Of Advertisers

When Mozilla announced a plan to improve its system for blocking third-party cookies, it didn't seem like the kind of thing that would make waves. But it didn't take long for the Internet advertising industry to react — furiously. The Digital Advertising Alliance called the proposal "draconian," …

Future cops: How technology is set to change policing

<b>The sci-fi vision of police officers rushing to the scene of a crime before any crime has even been committed may be rather far-fetched but technology is increasingly playing a role in the modern police force.</b><p>According to a new report, The Future of the Force: Police, Technology and Serving the …

How Google is killing organic search

Another reason to switch to DuckDuckGo (the other being DuckDuckGo has a cute duck logo).<p>How Google is Killing Organic Search <i>(Via Nat Torkington)</i>

Motorola ad calls the Moto X the 'first smartphone you can design yourself'

The Moto X smartphone is hardly a secret anymore — Motorola's CEO confirmed that the phone would be made in the USA and coming soon back in May — but the company just dropped a tantalizing new detail in a new newspaper ad that was revealed by <i>Ad Age</i>. The advertisement plays up the "built in the US" …

Moto X will not be a Droid on Verizon

The new flagship stands alone, but the Droid lives on<p>Motorola's forthcoming Moto X phone will not be a Droid device on Verizon, multiple sources tell <i>The Verge</i>. The change marks a sharp inflection point in the tight relationship between the two companies: previous Motorola flagship phones like the …

Google Teases The Moto X, A Fully Customizable Smartphone From Motorola

Ever since Google bought Motorola almost two years ago, people have speculated what the two companies’ first jointly developed smartphone would look like. Looks like we’re about to find out.<p>According to a report from AdAge, Motorola will publish the first advertisements for its coming “Moto X” …