After announcing initial plans in April, Yahoo recently launched its partnership with concert promoter Live Nation to stream one live concert everyday for the next year.
When Twitter announced recently that it now supports animated GIFs, the company didn’t mention that the looped images are actually converted into a different type of file.
Of the 36 most-senior employees classified by Google according to ethnicity, race and gender in a recent report to the federal government, none falls under the “Native Hawaiian” category. But 34 are Caucasians and Asians.
A San Francisco-based startup that sells and delivers crafting supplies to consumers for popular do-it-yourself projects has launched a new section of its website in the wake of its announcement on new funding.
The Federal Communications Commission’s ruling last week allowing Internet “Fast Lanes” is a death knell for net neutrality, according to industry observers. In a 3-2 ruling on Friday, the FCC decided that Internet Service Providers (ISPs) can create and maintain Internet “Fast Lanes,” ostensibly per negotiated agreements with major content providers such as Facebook, Google…
SuperLiked, a new San Jose-based review site that beta-launched in April, aims to provide users with contacts for the best local services with a system that only focuses on top-rated professionals.
Cyber surveillance has gone Main Street. No, not cybersecurity – not the software that protects your PC or the office server or your debit card. We’re talking about cyber sleuthing, or working against cyber security, antivirus software, and long-established public policy. The black hat has become as important as the white one, leading to odd…