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  • Google Glass users get mostly warm reception

    Google Glass users get mostly warm reception
    SAN FRANCISCO — At 6 feet 4 inches, JR Curley is used to getting noticed. Just not like this. Ever since he got a pair of Google Glass in November, he has been turning heads at the grocery store, in restaurants, on the street, even at Disneyland....
  • Shoe Bomb Plotter Could Testify In New Haven Terror Case

    The partner of shoe bomber Richard Reid is expected to testify that he was recruited to al Qaeda by a British engineer who is facing sentencing in federal court in New Haven for developing the ground-breaking Internet presence the terror network uses to...
  • Rebel assault on Kasab, Syria, revives dark memories for Armenians

    Rebel assault on Kasab, Syria, revives dark memories for Armenians
    BEIRUT — A rebel assault on the northern Syrian town of Kasab near the Turkish border has sparked a furor among Armenians worldwide and revived dark memories of the Ottoman-era genocide. It's unclear how many civilian casualties occurred in the...
  • The challenge for China's Leninist emperor

    BEIJING — President Xi Jinping is leading an extraordinary political experiment in China. In essence, he is trying to turn his nation into an advanced economy and three-dimensional superpower, drawing on the energies of capitalism, patriotism and...
  • For Dorian Nakamoto, bitcoin article brings denials, intrigue

    For Dorian Nakamoto, bitcoin article brings denials, intrigue
    More than a day after Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto denied any links to bitcoin, about the only thing that remained clear was that the disclosure had turned the life of the reclusive Japanese American upside down. Reporters were still camped outside his...
  • How social media fights repressive regimes

    How social media fights repressive regimes
    When Emily Parker started writing columns about China and the Internet for the Wall Street Journal in 2004, she was skeptical that fledgling social media sites could make much of an impact. "I wasn't convinced that the Internet was going to be...
  • NSA posed as Facebook to infect computers with malware, report says

    The National Security Agency has reportedly used automated systems to infect user computers with malware since 2010, according to a Wednesday report. And at times the agency pretended to be Facebook to install its malware. The NSA has been using a...
  • Bill would give auto owners more control over vehicle data

    Bill would give auto owners more control over vehicle data
    SACRAMENTO — California's two giant automobile clubs proposed legislation Tuesday that would give car owners more control over computer and Internet data streaming from their vehicles. About 1 in 5 new cars already collect and transmit to...
  • Edward Snowden warns of personal data vulnerability

    Edward Snowden warns of personal data vulnerability
    AUSTIN, Texas — Edward Snowden brought no bombshells when he arrived to an excited round of applause Monday, his stubbled face relaxed as it was beamed in from across the continents for a "virtual conversation" about the vulnerability of personal...
  • Twitter CEO is visiting China but still has no plans to launch there

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Twitter Chief Executive Dick Costolo is on his first trip to China. Costolo is spending three days meeting with Shanghai government officials and university administrators. He will also participate in a roundtable discussion with...
  • Who should run the Internet?

    Who should run the Internet?
    One of the technological marvels of the Internet is that it acts as a unified system, despite the fact that it's a global collection of disparate computer and communications networks. That's thanks in part to the use of a common address book...