• Google Appeals Ruling About WiFi Interceptions

    Google is asking a federal appellate court to dismiss a privacy lawsuit stemming from the company's admission that its Street View cars collected URLs, passwords and emails sent over unencrypted WiFi networks. ...Read the whole story

  • MSLO TV, Mags Endure 2011 Ad Slump

    Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia didn't escape the fourth-quarter downturn that struck the rest of the magazine business. Weakening print advertising demand resulted in substantial revenue declines. Revenue declines on the broadcasting side also contributed to the fourth-quarter slump. ...Read the whole story

  • Augmented Reality Puts Consumers In The Game

    Game developers will soon have the ability to connect Total Immersion's augmented reality technology with Unity, creating D'Fusion for Unity, a gaming tool that will create immersive video games for consoles and smartphones and tablets. ...Read the whole story

  • Budweiser Says, This QR Code's For You

    If you ever wondered where your beer came from, then Anheuser Busch says, this QR code is for you. In a campaign aimed at promoting the quality and local roots of its brewing process, the Budweiser brand has created the "Track Your Bud" program that gives drinkers the progeny of the brew they are imbibing. ...Read the whole story

Will Mobile Search Apps Outperform Google?

Some of the most innovative search engines lately have been developed for mobile devices. Take the iPhone app search engine Summly, for example. The 16-year-old entrepreneur Nick D'Aloisio built the search engine, which last year raised a round of funding from Horizons Ventures, the private Hong Kong investment firm of billionaire Li Ka-shing -- a backer of Facebook, Siri and Spotify. ...More