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Police raid Google's Seoul office on data concerns

Aug 10, 2010
South Korean police are continuing an investigation into data collected during Google's street-mapping sweeps across the country.
Posted In: Internet

Content vs. telecoms: Net neutrality explained

Aug 10, 2010
Google and Verizon have found some middle ground in the net neutrality debate. Jeff Horwich explains how this affects your Internet use right now.
Posted In: Internet

Candle-making is serious business: A response to our tech CEO story

Aug 10, 2010
Yesterday afternoon Kai interviewed Future Tense host John Moe on whether the nature of the tech industry means tech CEOs are more vulnerable. Moe...
Posted In: not news

Google and Verizon and the future of the web

Aug 10, 2010
Google and Verizon announce their joint position on net neutrality.

Twitter saves a life

Aug 9, 2010
Sure, the stereotype of Twitter is a bunch of people typing about what they had for lunch that day. But Leigh Fazzina is a pretty big fan of the...
Posted In: Twitter

Are tech firms prone to CEO upheaval?

Aug 9, 2010
John Moe, host of the radio show Future Tense, talks with Kai Ryssdal about whether tech companies are more vulnerable to experiencing CEO changes and the situation with former HP CEO Mark Hurd.

Jailbroken iPhones can run Flash

Aug 9, 2010
You knew it was coming, right? The decision by the Library of Congress to allow jailbreaking of iPhones continues to have ramifications. Relatively...
Posted In: apple, flash, iPhone

Saudi Arabia prepared to shut down Blackberry service

Aug 9, 2010
Saudi Arabian authorities have given Blackberry's makers until today to reach a deal or face a shutdown of services.
Posted In: Internet

Software protects college athletes from online no-nos

Aug 9, 2010
For a young athlete, a mistake made on the Internet can last a lifetime. So one software company has gone the distance to monitor their social media for career-harming posts.
Posted In: Internet, Sports

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