Facebook, a service built on real names and real identities, will tomorrow start allowing prominent public figures to verify their accounts and display a preferred pseudonym instead of their birth name. Those with verified accounts will gain more prominent placement in Facebook’s "People To Subscribe
A team of Swiss astronauts and university professors are working to create a robot spacecraft called CleanSpace One, which will grab inactive…
Ever since Electronic Arts launched its own digital download platform Origin, a competitor to Steam that has caused a lot of controversy among PC gamers. After all, EA pulled its new games from Steam and has created a more confusing market in the digital distribution community. EA is accepting the criticism
Things are going smoothly for Tesla. Their big Model X debut was a success, their cars are pre-ordered to capacity, and new business opportunities are presenting themselves. They’re still posting a net loss, of course, but that was expected and will continue for another year or so.
Here are the most
Sports and social media are a marriage made in heaven. News and score updates break constantly. Heated debate is a big part of the fun. And fans love…
Apple is good at many things, but so far, it has not excelled at "social" Web services. For example, Ping, the music-focused service it launched in 2010, is seen as one of its rare failures.
But now Apple has a real chance to do something "social" properly, by turning its huge and growing base of iOS
There’s a new push to get people searching for presidential candidate Mitt Romney to see an off-color definition of the word “Romney” as the top result on Google’s search engine. Experts refer to the act as “Google-bombing,” a practice that gained notoriety after fellow
More than half of America’s married couples will tell you, breaking up is hard. Hard and expensive. After living in denial, dodging rumors and eventually coming to terms with the inevitable, Sony has finally taken over Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson’s 50-percent stake in the pair’s former joint venture,
Path released a list of Valentine’s Day stats Wednesday, just one week after a privacy controversy prompted Path’s CEO to issue an a…
Twitter admits it too uploads and stores contacts from your phone, if you use the "Find friends" feature, without notification. This and more in today’s Daily Wrap.
Sometimes it’s difficult to catch everything that hits tech media in a day, so we wrap up some of the most talked about stories. We give