In today's world, brimful as it is with opinion and falsehoods masquerading as facts, you'd think the one place you can depend on for verifiable facts is science. You'd be wrong. Many billions of dollars'
Is there too much hype around ‘big data’? Kenneth Cukier thinks so, and yet he remains passionate about what we can achieve with it. Cukier is the Data Editor at The Economist and co-author of the book
Not because it lasted a grueling three hours and fifty minutes, but because of what was announced. With every new product update, every new feature, every new virtual service, it became more and more that
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Editor’s note: Keith Teare is the founder of just.me and a partner at Archimedes Labs. He is also the co-founder of TechCrunch. Follow him on Twitter @kteare. Because of Google I/O, this was a momentous
Paranoiacs everywhere who claim social media networks make surveillance easy have just won a point. The Guardian‘s Ryan Gallagher discovered on Sunday that defense giant Raytheon developed tracking software
Web sleuths cast suspicion on innocent people and spread bad tips and paranoia. April 20, 2013|By Ken Bensinger and Andrea Chang, Los Angeles Times Journalists take cover during the manhunt for the second