India Censoring Free Speech Online

India Censoring Free Speech Online

India’s Department of Technology has passed new rules that will limit free speech on the Internet within the country. The rules let the government force providers to block any web content it finds objectionable. The list of acceptable objections includes anything that is blasphemous or threatens the state. Read the full ...

YouTube Co-Founders Purchase Bookmarking Site Delicious

YouTube Co-Founders Purchase Bookmarking Site Delicious

Social bookmarking and content discovery site Delicious.com is being purchased by YouTube co-founders Chad Hurley and Steven Chen. They want to turn the website into "the best information discovery service on the web." Delicious.com's main value comes from amassing a massive database that charts what people have shared ...

Shelly Palmer Radio Report – April 28, 2011

Shelly Palmer Radio Report – April 28, 2011

Apple has finally responded to accusations that its iPhone’s are tracking user data, denying any claims. While no location information is tracked, Apple does store Wi-Fi and cell tower data information to provide local results for maps and apps. A future software update will encrypt the file and reduce its size. In other ...

Shelly Palmer Chats With Dan Putterman, CEO of Pogoplug

Shelly Palmer chats with Dan Putterman, CEO of Pogoplug about their personal media server. ...

Hackers Steal Sensitive User Data from Sony PlayStation Network

Hackers Steal Sensitive User Data from Sony PlayStation Network

What was previously being called an outage for server maintenance is now being posited as on of the largest data breaches ever. Sony’s PlayStation Network had its database of over 70 million users compromised, including users’ name, email address, billing address and password. While not confirmed, Sony cautioned that ...

Facebook Launches Daily Deals Platform

Facebook Launches Daily Deals Platform

Facebook officially launched its own daily coupon program. The service, called Facebook Deals, is currently available in five U.S. cities and the offers are being geared towards group activities. By harnessing its preexisting user base and payment system, Facebook hopes friends’ interactions will make the product thrive. ...

Lack of Funds Ends SETI Program

Lack of Funds Ends SETI Program

The search for extraterrestrial life is over due to a lack of funding. For the past 4 years the group SETI had over 40 radio dishes scanning space for possible alien communication. In the meantime, SETI hopes to use its tech to help the U.S. Air Force. Read the full article at ComputerWorld.com ...

Shelly Palmer Chats With Corey Mitchell, EVP of MRM Worldwide About The Apartment Project

Shelly Palmer chats with Corey Mitchell, EVP of MRM Worldwide about The Apartment Project. ...

Sony Entering Tablet Market

Sony Entering Tablet Market

Sony is finally stepping into the tablet market, recently unveiling two Android 3.0 tablets. The model codenamed S1 has a 9.4-inch screen with front and rear cameras and the S2 version has two 5.5-inch displays that fold into a clamshell. The tablets will be available worldwide in the fall. Read the full article at CNet.com ...

Shelly Palmer Radio Report – April 27, 2011

Shelly Palmer Radio Report – April 27, 2011

Facebook officially launched its own daily coupon program. The service, called Facebook Deals, is currently available in five U.S. cities and the offers are being geared towards group activities. By harnessing its preexisting user base and payment system, Facebook hopes friends’ interactions will make the product thrive. ...