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Bias Controversy Leads to Meeting between Facebook's Zuckerberg meets U.S. Conservatives

Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg said he will work to build trust with users who believe the social network displays politically biased news content after he heard from more than a dozen U.S. conservative leaders recently   Zuckerberg acknowledged that many conservatives believe...

Paid Informants and Pricey Escort at Redstone Mansion is Alleged by a New Lawsuit

A new lawsuit that threatens to keep salacious allegations about the 92-year-old media mogul Sumner Redstone’s lifestyle alive, has been filed by a former girlfriend of Redstone even as a Los Angeles judge dismissed one case brought by her.   There are allegations that Redstone's daughter...

Mark Zuckerberg’s Security Tops Security Expenses for all other Major IT Companies

In what is its first disclosure of such costs, Facebook Inc revealed that it spent $4.26 million on security for Mark Zuckerberg last year. This is the highest spending among companies in the Standard & Poor's 500 Index that have filed proxy statements for fiscal 2015. According to a...

Debate Over Foreign Boss Reignited in Malaysia after Malaysia Airlines CEO's exit

Debate in Malaysia over the wisdom of picking a foreigner to run its ailing carrier, potentially limiting the group's options as it seeks a new leader midway through a radical revamp has been initiated by the abrupt exit of Malaysia Airlines' German boss.   As Aer Lingus attempted to pull...

Anonymous has Donald Trump in its crosshairs

On April 1, Anonymous has stated that it will take down Trump’s personal and business related websites. America’s leading presidential candidate for the Republican Party, has once again found himself in the cross-hairs of Anonymous, a group of expert hacktivists.   On March 4, Anonymous...

Ransomware attacks emanate from China – Cyber security experts

Investigation into the recent ransomware attacks have led cyber security investigators from four firms to believe that hackers who had previously the backing of the Chinese state are behind the recent spate of ransomware attacks. As per four security firms investigating the attack on U.S. companies...

Luke Bannister,15, bags world’s first Drone Prix

Drone racing has finally come of age. If you want in on the action, the Drone Worlds’ championship is slated to take place in October, in Hawaii. So what do you do in your weekend? Luke Bannister, a 15 year, snagged a $250,000 prize by beating 150 teams in the World’s first ever Drone Prix in...

White House launches crowd sourcing neighborhood project

The Opportunity Project is aimed at empowering citizens and communities through easily accessible low hanging fruits which can be beneficial to one and all. The White House has recently announced the launch of one of its most ambitious online program that aims to support communities and families...

Google’s Project-Fi now open to all Americans

Are you in the market for a mid-range smartphone with a data-savvy cellular service? Google’s Project-Fi will give you that and a lot more. The invite-only project is now open to all Americans. After more than a year since its launch, Google has finally made its Project Fi initiative accessible to...

FBI Backed by Bill Gates in its Battle with Apple over San Bernardino Killer's Phone

Claiming that the FBI is right to demand co-operation from Silicon Valley when it comes to terrorism investigations, the Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has waded into the row between Apple and the US government investigating agency.

Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey Threatened by Islamic State in a Video for Blocking Jihadi Accounts

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey were threatened with death by the supporters of the Islamic State in a new video.
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