Is there some rule that the founders of social networks have to behave anti-socially? The twists, turns and double-crosses in 'Hatching Twitter', Nick Bilton's absorbing, occasionally appalling account, echo ...
The biggest names in tech launched their staunchest effort yet to change the way the U.S. and other governments collect user data from the Internet. The heads of eight of America’s largest tech companies — a roster that includes ... FULL ARTICLE AT TIME Magazine
“Don’t just buy a new video game. Make one.” That’s the message President Barack Obama is sending to students across America — learn computer science and get involved in creating the next big thing in technology. The President, House ... FULL ARTICLE AT TIME Magazine
Filed under: Investing Source: Wikimedia Commons. It's been a good year for investors. Since the beginning of 2013, the S&P 500 has soared more than 23%, leaving many portfolios plump just in time for the holidays. Despite the ... FULL ARTICLE AT Daily Finance
Millions of students around the world will participate in 'The Hour of Code' from Dec. 9-15 through a program backed by Apple, Microsoft, Google, Amazon, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg and more than 100 other organizations and individuals. In the Bay ... FULL ARTICLE AT Mercury News
Mark Zuckerberg, (born May 14, 1984) is an American computer programmer and entrepreneur. As a Harvard student, he created the online social website Facebook, a site popular among students worldwide, with fellow computer science major students and his roommates Dustin Moskovitz and Chris Hughes. He serves as Facebook's CEO. He has been the subject of controversy for the origins of his business and... Full Article At Wikipedia.org