Apr 16, 2014
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By Barbara E. Hernandez

Anarchist Group Wants $3 Billion from Google

Anarchist Group Wants $3 Billion from Google

The Counterforce, a seemingly San Francisco-based anarchist group, wants Google to donate $3 billion to build anarchist colonies throughout Northern California.

Apr 16, 2014
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By Barbara E. Hernandez

Zuckerberg Tells Silicon Execs to Go Abroad

Zuckerberg Tells Silicon Execs to Go Abroad

Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg said that he wants his staff and other techies to explore the world outside of Silicon Valley.

Apr 15, 2014
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By Barbara E. Hernandez

Twitter Acquires Gnip to Control Its Own Tweets

Twitter Acquires Gnip to Control Its Own Tweets

Twitter is buying Gnip so that it can control its "full firehouse" of tweets, according to reports.

Apr 15, 2014
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By Barbara E. Hernandez

Google to Expand in New York

Google to Expand in New York

Google plans to expand its New York City offices to accommodate 3,000 employees, according to a report.

Apr 14, 2014
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By Barbara E. Hernandez

iPhone 6 Could Be $300 Under Contract

iPhone 6 Could Be $300 Under Contract

A new report says that Apple is trying to charge $300 for its new iPhone under carrier contract.

Apr 14, 2014
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By Barbara E. Hernandez

Google Buys Drone Maker Titan Aerospace

Google Buys Drone Maker Titan Aerospace

Google buys Titan Aerospace, a startup that creates high-altitude drones, reportedly to collect images of remote areas.

Apr 11, 2014
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By Barbara E. Hernandez

Restaurants May Be Googling You

Restaurants May Be Googling You

A recent report said that some restaurants are Googling guests as soon as they make a reservation.

Apr 11, 2014
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By Barbara E. Hernandez

Apple "Ousts" Software Inventor Greg Christie, Report Says

Apple "Ousts" Software Inventor Greg Christie, Report Says

A report says that software inventor and Apple veteran Greg Christie was ousted to give more software design control to Jonathan Ive.

Apr 10, 2014
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By Barbara E. Hernandez

Amazon Acquires Digital Comic Book Company

Amazon Acquires Digital Comic Book Company

Amazon acquires digital comics app comiXology to bring comics to the Kindle.

Apr 10, 2014
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By Barbara E. Hernandez

Backlash Against Condoleezza Rice on Dropbox Board Begins

Backlash Against Condoleezza Rice on Dropbox Board Begins

Internet activists are calling for the resignation of Condoleezza Rice from the Dropbox board of directors or they will boycott the storage service.

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"Allah Saved Him": Santa Clara Teen Stowaway's Father

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Fire Starts After Student Lights Candle on Cell

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