Chelsea Isaacs, a student journalist from Long Island, got the story of a lifetime when Steve Jobs told her to “leave us alone.”
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Google has instituted a change that it promises will revolutionize the way people scour the Web.
Web surfers visiting Google’s homepage were greeted Tuesday with blue, red, yellow and green balls that bounce around the screen before eventually settling to form the familiar company name. When a user moves his or her mouse over the balls, they scatter before eventually reforming.
As many colleges and universities encourage their students to sign off of Facebook, Twitter, FourSquare and other social media sites while on campus, at least one American institution is encouraging increased usage.
Google has made it easier than ever to understand what personal information is collected, who it is available to and gives you the power to change such settings.
Craiglist’s decision to drop its adult services section is being hailed as a victory — but is it really?
In this 21st century world, anyone could track weather patterns and anticipate their next move — with many of the same tools as our favorite meteorologists.