Daily Online Examiner
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
  • Microsoft Accused Of Spamming Mobile Users

    Microsoft has been hit with a potential class-action lawsuit alleging that it inundates Web users with unwanted text messages as part of a "relentless … Read the whole story

  • FCC Chairman Backs AT&T's Merger With DirecTV

    AT&T's $49 billion merger with DirecTV appears to be headed for regulatory approval, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler indicated on Tuesday. Read the whole story

  • Microsoft Bing Takes Step To Stop Revenge Porn

    Online harassment is not new, but Microsoft took a step Wednesday to stop what the industry now calls "revenge porn," releasing a reporting Web … Read the whole story

  • Your Flight Itinerary, Travel Timelines With Photos Serve Up In Search, Maps

    It's getting a little scary when your airline flight itinerary serves up in Google search results or you can visualize past travel timelines on … Read the whole story

  • Publishers Can Now Customize Videos On Facebook

    Facebook is giving publishers more control over how their videos are organized and shared. A new video uploading system gives Page owners customized distribution … Read the whole story

  • Hackers Remotely Shut Down a Jeep at 70 MPH

    There are connected cars and then there are cars that can be 'disconnected,' at least from the driver. In a somewhat on-the-edge experiment published … Read the whole story