Repercussions from the scandal swirling around the data analytics firm continue to be felt across the tech industry.
To connect servers around the world, there are actual cables that run under the ocean. The New York Times mapped current and future cables, with a focus on the ones owned by Amazon, Facebook, Google, and Microsoft. “Content providers like Microsoft, Google, Facebook and Amazon now own or lease more than half of the undersea bandwidth.” Sure. Totally fine.
Investigative tech journalist Joseph Menn’s ( previously ) next book is a history of the Cult of the Dead Cow ( previously ) the
A new report from Edison Research finds Facebook’s American user-base contracted for the second consecutive year in 2018,
Large majorities in the 11 emerging and developing countries surveyed either own or share a mobile phone, and in every
Exactly 30 years ago, the World Wide Web was invented at CERN (the European Organization for Nuclear Research) by Tim
Back around 1991, I was traveling throughout the eastern USA teaching an “ Introduction to the Internet ” course I had
It’s the 30th anniversary of Tim Berners-Lee’s notion of a “distributed hypertext system.” Today’s web employs the same
Moderators are struggling to defend a critical information resource from state-sponsored trolls.
I’m now aware of something I wasn’t before: Facebook‘s guidelines on adult nudity and sexual activity. And let me tell you