After seven years of investigation, the European Commission yesterday announced a record fine of 2.42 million euros (approximately $2.7 million) against Google for abusing its position of market dominance through its product comparison service known as Google Shopping. Not only are we facing a historic fine for the [Read more]
What is remarkable is that nobody from the top Silicon Valley firms called out the obvious hypocrisy.
The transaction suggests that the company may give up its fight with Apple, Facebook and Google to focus on what it does best: business software.
Obama, who arrived in the White House as the great hope of many, as somebody who was vowing to overthrow the rule of money and lobbyists in Washington, failed totally, that is if he even tried.
Pierre Omidyar, an Iranian-American and founder of eBay, is a philanthropist who supports the creation of content in the digital world, such as the electronic magazine The Intercept.
The Intercept, which began to be known through the documents published by Edward Snowden, has been winning readership and influence [Read more]
The historic wounds of five decades of attempted annihilation [cannot] be healed with a single presidential visit.
Atlas is a humanoid robot. He walks in the snow, collects cardboard boxes and puts them on shelves. Then the video shows a human being who captures Atlas and trips him over with a hockey stick.
The Internet: The Californian ideology connects technological optimism and economic liberalism with the hippie spirit of old.