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Britain’s highest court upheld a Swedish request today to extradite Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks. This is the latest move in Assange’s legal struggle and possibly one of the last, as he is running out of options with which to maneuver.
In a touching moment of corporate harmony, 5 large cable operators have announced plans to join forces in order to provide Wi-Fi access to each other’s hot spots. Such a deal would be the largest Wi-Fi roaming agreement yet.
Two out of every three eight-graders in the United States are lacking when it comes to basic scientific knowledge, data from a 2011 examination administered by the Department of Education released Thursday has revealed.
As is, the iPad has already made great strides to not only compete in the Apple-declared “Post-PC” era, but also to dominate it.
Various media reports are pointing out that Facebook's advertising business is a tangled mess, which could be a warning to those wanting to invest once the company goes public.
Mobile communications company LightSquared isn't exactly seeing full spectrum. In fact, the wireless company has no stake in the wireless spectrum, which is just one of many problems plaguing the Reston, Va.-based company.
Would you feel leery about a random stranger asking personal questions regarding your religious preferences, where you ate lunch, and peeking through photos of your children?
- A political dynamiter.