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  • Facebook's new ad service reaches beyond the social network

    A new service from Facebook will leverage the company's massive database of personal information to serve targeted ads on websites other than its own.

  • California issues testing permits for driverless cars

    German automakers Audi and Mercedes-Benz will join Google as the first three firms sanctioned to test driverless cars on California’s public roads. New regulations from the California Department of Motor Vehicles require companies receive permits before they can deploy prototype vehicles on...

  • Security flaw leaves Android users vulnerable to hackers

    Hackers can potentially access privileged user information like passwords, internet history and keyboard input.

  • FCC backs Connecticut initiative for ultra high-speed Internet

    Gigabit networks provide Internet access at speeds of up to 1,000 megabits, or 1 gigabit per second, which are over 30 times as fast as the national average.

  • Net neutrality comment period closes

    Thus far, the FCC has received over 1.7 million public comments on the potential rule changes with more to follow as the comment period comes to a close.

  • Three ways to secure your Gmail account

    On Wednesday, 5 million Gmail usernames and passwords were leaked on the Russian bitcoin message board btsec.com. Here's how to keep this from happening to you.

  • Google invests in California solar power plant

    NEW YORK (AP) — Google is helping to convert a one-time oil field into a solar power plant. The Internet search company is providing $145 million in financing so that SunEdison can build the plant north of Los Angeles in Kern County. "There's something a little poetic about creating a...

  • Google seeks help defining 'Right to be Forgotten'

    MADRID (AP) — Google Chairman Eric Schmidt and a panel of experts held the first of seven public sessions Tuesday to help the company define how it should enforce a new "Right to be Forgotten" rule under which Europeans can seek the removal of embarrassing search results. The company has...

  • Google settles with FTC over in-app charges

    NEW YORK (AP) — Google has agreed to pay full refunds totaling at least $19 million to consumers who were charged for purchases that children made via apps without parental consent from the Google Play app store. The settlement is part of the third case by the Federal Trade Commission about...



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