Chinese search giant Baidu entered the Brazilian market last week with the launch of a localized Portuguese search engine called Baidu Busca. It’s the second international language version of its website and new ones...
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We may never know what was going on inside one of Google’s mystery barges in Portland, Maine as it’s now headed for the scrap yard.
Word around the ol’ rumor mill was that HTC was working on a version of their flagship HTC One that ran Windows Phone instead of Android. Sure enough, an image hidden away on Verizon’s...
A new study shows stress at work can be hard on your health, but people who are unemployed might be at even greater risk of health problems.
Austrian law student Max Schrems appealed to a billion Facebook users around the world on Friday to join a class-action lawsuit against Facebook’s alleged violations of its users’ privacy. Schrems, a thorn in Facebook’s...
Previous studies have made the link between birth control and breast cancer, but the latest makes the link to high-estrogen oral contraceptives.
The deal will help build a massive battery factory that Tesla says will produce 500,000 lithium batteries by 2020.
Google says it is following Europe’s new “Right To Be Forgotten Law,” which eliminates user information upon request, but only to a certain degree.
Sprint’s Virgin Mobile Custom plan offers optional social network access that doesn’t count against data caps — but critics are crying foul.
Scientists say when the moon was young, it was deformed by the Earth’s gravitational pull, which gave it a lemon-like shape.