Facebook says it will begin test flights later this year for a solar-powered drone with a wingspan as big as a Boeing 737, in the next stage of its campaign to deliver Internet connectivity to remote parts of the world.
The world’s largest online social network surpassed expectations on all fronts in the second quarter. It grew not just profit and revenue, but also its already-massive user base and mobile advertising, as well as usage of its “family” of non-Facebook apps like Instagram, Messenger and WhatsApp.
Google’s stock roared out of a long slumber Friday to produce the biggest shareholder windfall in U.S. history as investors rewarded the Internet company for promising to curb its spending on risky projects.
A rash of attacks on fiber optic cables have happened in the Bay Area, causing disruptions with internet, phone and cable service.
Despite the buzz it generates in the media, Twitter has never turned a profit and its user base of 302 million is dwarfed by rivals such as Facebook.
Electronic Frontier Foundation Explains Changes As Portions Of Patriot Act Expire And USA Freedom Act Signed
This month’s expiration of portions of the Patriot Act have been counterbalanced by the signing of the USA Freedom Act by President Obama. Electronic Frontier Foundation attorney Lee Tien explains what this all means in our KCBS In Depth segment.
Comcast is trying to make things up to customers who lost internet service for hours earlier this week.
The Sunnyvale firm will livestream the Buffalo Bills-Jacksonville Jaguars game on October 25th free to users worldwide, making money on the advertising.
Charter Communications is buying Time Warner Cable for $55.33 billion, creating another U.S. TV and Internet giant.
Google is taking more heat from consumer groups over its new YouTube Kids’ app who claim the content intended for toddlers is full of disturbing videos meant for mature audiences.