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  • Google: YouTube overloaded with terrorist propaganda

    Google: YouTube overloaded with terrorist propaganda
    Internet giant Google said Wednesday that its video-sharing website YouTube is so inundated that staff cannot filter all terror related content, complicating the struggle to halt the publication of terrorist propaganda and hostage videos. Google...
  • LAPD Chief Beck concerned traffic app Waze puts police in harm's way

    LAPD Chief Beck concerned traffic app Waze puts police in harm's way
    The real-time traffic app Waze has earned the ire of the Los Angeles Police Department, which contends the app jeopardizes the lives of police officers. In a Dec. 30 letter to Google, which acquired Waze in 2013, LAPD Chief Charlie Beck wrote that by...
  • Google: Huge YouTube volumes makes it tough to catch all terror-related videos

    Internet giant Google said Wednesday that the sheer volume of video on its YouTube website makes it tough to catch all terror related content, complicating the struggle to halt the spread of terrorist propaganda and hostage footage. Google Public...
  • Prospects foggy for Google Glass: Their Take

    Prospects foggy for Google Glass: Their Take
    Foggy Glass Hard to believe it was just a few years ago when we first heard about Google Glass, the breakthrough in augmented-reality eyeglasses. And today — what a marvel! — millions of us wear this futuristic headgear to surf the Web,...
  • China blocks VPN services that skirt online censorship

    China blocks VPN services that skirt online censorship
    China is blocking VPN services that let users skirt online censorship of popular websites such as Google and Facebook amid a wider crackdown on online information, tech companies and specialists said Friday. The virtual private network provider Golden...
  • YouTubers interview President Obama about State of the Union

    YouTubers interview President Obama about State of the Union
    Two days after his State of the Union address, President Obama had to win over a new audience: YouTubers. Hank Green, Bethany Mota and GloZell Green may not be household names by traditional standards, but the three YouTube personalities -- who have...
  • Reports: Google planning to sell wireless phone service

    Reports: Google planning to sell wireless phone service
    Google is planning to sell wireless phone service directly to consumers using the networks of Sprint and T-Mobile, according to reports published Wednesday. If everything falls into place, Google Inc. could offer discounted wireless data plans that...
  • Hands-on with Razer's CES 2015 lineup

    GamerHub.tv Razer brought a number of new toys to this year's International Consumer Electronics Show. While some of the products focused on Razer's wheelhouse of desktop and laptop gaming, the company also brought along a few surprises. Here's a look at...
  • Microsoft's answer to Google Glass: HoloLens

    Microsoft's answer to Google Glass: HoloLens
    Google Glass may have flopped in the marketplace, but Microsoft is pushing its own version of computer eyewear, Microsoft HoloLens. The surprise announcement came Wednesday at an event meant to advertise Microsoft's latest operating system, Windows 10....
  • Playa Vista turning into Silicon Valley South as tech firms move in

    Playa Vista turning into Silicon Valley South as tech firms move in
    First came Facebook and YouTube. Then Microsoft moved in. Google is on its way. And now Yahoo, too, is joining the high-tech cluster that has sprouted in Playa Vista. The burgeoning Westside neighborhood is fast becoming the Southern California hub of...
  • Good social media strategy helps terror groups attract teens, spread word

    Terror groups such as the Islamic State have a secret weapon when it comes to recruiting teens, but it's probably not what you think. It's a solid social media strategy, the kind anyone with even limited knowledge of online demographics could put...