Google executives paid below market rates for fuel purchased from the Defense Department for their nine private aircraft, a report from NASA’s inspector general says.
UK Retailer Goes Legal After Shipping PS Vitas To Customers Who Just Bought A Game
While we've had stories in the past about incorrect items being shipped to buyers, those stories usually involve a complete disconnect from what was wanted to what was actually delivered. The story of a firearm being shipped is of particular note. That said, what happens when customers get a tangen
The We the People petition to reform the ECPA in order to give email the same Fourth Amendment protection that snail mail enjoys narrowly passed the 100K signature threshold needed to (theoretically) prompt a response from the administration. The last-minute push to hit the mark was impressive. Re
Almost exactly a year ago, we wrote about two important cases before Europe's highest court, the Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ). They both involved the European Union's Data Retention Directive, which obliges telecoms companies to retain metadata about their customers -- now an even m
NSA head Gen. Alexander once again appeared before the Senate to defend his agency's actions and to deliver the talking points in an effort to head off a number of pieces of legislation aimed at rolling back the NSA's powers. If the NSA has a chance to hold off what now appears to be near inevitab
Motorola updates camera app on Google Play with manual control of focus and exposure
With it’s latest Moto G and Moto X devices, Motorola has made its camera app available on Google Play. This means that the company can rollout an update specifically to it without having to release a full, OTA update and deal with carrier approval. This afternoon, the company did just that and
Well, would you look at that, just moments after reports of a deal being near comes the news that a deal has actually been reached. The CTIA has posted a PDF document that reveals some of the agreed upon terms of the negotiations. The bottom line is no matter what, this is a major win […]
Google’s Vic Gundotra just announced a bunch of updates for Google+ for Android, including shaking your Android device to add some snow to your photos. Similar to last weeks addition of the snowy autoawesome feature, all you have to do is open your photo, shake your device and snow will start
Perhaps one of the most annoying though security-laden features inside of Gmail is the ever-familiar “dis play images below” link. Gmail has always provided this message in order to protect its users against compromising the security of the device or computer. Well, no more as Google has
What GM's Mary Barra must do now
It's time to move beyond Barra's gender and pay attention to the leadership the incoming GM CEO will need to impart to revitalize the automaker.
The Prudential Group Insurance president and COO learned a life lesson sitting on the bench for her college softball team.
FORTUNE -- Before joining Prudential Group Insurance (PRU) as president and Chief Operating Officer in June, Lori Fouché spent over 20 years at various prominent insuranc