U.S. wholesale prices point to muted inflation pressures
13 Dec 2013, 10:31 am
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. producer prices fell for a third straight month in November, pointing to a lack of inflation pressure that could give the Federal Reserve pause as it weighs the future of its bond-buying stimulus.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - The leader of a protest group trying to overthrow Thailand's government and scrap planned elections said on Friday the prime minister should either step down or be forced out, and his movement would then need around a year to push through reforms.
GREENWICH, Conn (Reuters) - It has been a year since Kaitlin Roig barricaded herself and 15 first-graders in a bathroom at Sandy Hook Elementary School, hiding from a gunman who would go on to kill 26 people in an 11-minute rampage.
New IETF Group to Tackle TLS Implementation in Applications
The NSA surveillance scandal has created ripples all across the Internet, and the latest one is a new effort from the IETF to change the way that encryption is used in a variety of critical application protocols, including HTTP and SMTP. The new TLS application working group was formed to help devel
Google has removed a pivotal privacy feature from its Android operating system that gave users the ability to deny permissions in and regulate information collection attempts by installed applications.
One good way to measure the popularity of an emerging technology or trend is to see how much attention attackers and malware authors are paying it. Using that as a yardstick, Bitcoin is moving its way up the charts in a hurry.
Escape Everyday with Music, Dance, and Art Festivals in 2014
Fest300.com founder Chip Conley picks five festivals in 2014 that go way beyond Coachella.
The singer and philanthropist on her solo travel habit, secrets to a great song, and the words she lives by.
Sponsored post: The missing link in mobile
With the wide variety of connected devices we carry today, it’s easier than ever to get your work done from wherever you might be. But challenges remain, especially for those of us who prefer the accuracy and feel of pen and paper.
Does the internet of things need a Google-like search engine? The creators of UK startup Umbrellium think so, and have launched Thingful so people can share their devices and data those devices produce with others.
Amazon Web Services doesn't have enough capacity to handle demand for its new C3 instances, which has led to a rush order of new servers. In almost any other scenario, that would mean a big payday for someone like Dell or HP.