After agreeing to toe the country’s censorship line
10,000 Racial Slurs Are Tweeted Each Day
And that’s only counting the ones in English!
Google Adds More Robots to Its Robot Army
Company hasn’t indicated what products or services it’s pursuing with robotic technology
Harlem Gets Wired: Free Public Wi-Fi to Launch Early Next Year
A Wall Street financier is footing the bill to keep the neighborhood connected
Piggybacks on consumer tracking tools
Anonymous Hackers Plead Guilty to PayPal Cyber Attack
Thirteen defendants plead guilty to a December 2010 cyber attack on the online payment site
U.S. Navy Launches Aerial Drone from a Submarine
Volvo’s Self-Driving Cars Will Max Out at 43 MPH
They won’t break any speed records, but the cars could be the first driverless vehicles available to the public
Facebook No Longer Lets Users Hide Their Profiles in Search Box
New privacy setting update means users can no longer go incognito
Microsoft Head Gives Teary Goodbye
‘You’ve made this the time of my life’
Boston University Patent Lawsuit Targets the iPhone, iPad and MacBook Air
Apple joins Samsung and Amazon in the school’s legal crosshairs.
Experts Say Facebook’s Recent Security Leak Is More Extensive Than the Site Is Admitting
According to computer security experts, the site may be drastically underestimating the extent to which personal data was leaked last week.