Reported by The Next Web Leaders of the Democratic National Committee issued a formal apology after last week’s WikiLeaks dump of DNC leaders’ email. The statement reads: “On behalf of everyone at the DNC, we want to offer a deep and sincere apology to Senator Sanders, his supporters, and the entire Democratic Party.. »more
Facebook has acknowledged it blocked links to WikiLeaks’ DNC email dump, though (again) hasn’t explained why. On Twitter, WikiLeaks noted that there was a workaround for posting links. For those facing censorship on Facebook etc when trying to post links directly to WikiLeaks #DNCLeak try using..
A month after updating its satellite imagery with higher resolution photos, Google Maps is now cleaning up its standard road view to make its maps a bit easier to digest. The company says its goal was to balance information without overcrowding maps, so its removing elements “that aren’t..
I can’t believe I’m typing this: two pilots just completed a 24,584 mile-long trip around the world in a plane over the course of more than a year, without a single drop of fuel. Bertrand Piccard and André Borschberg flew the Solar Impulse 2 across Europe, North America and Asia over the past..
MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) has created movie screen technology that lets you watch 3D movies without the stupid glasses. Better yet, the technology actually makes the picture more crisp. Dubbed Cinema 3D, the technology also makes the on-screen image viewable..
News of Cyanogen’s demise is premature, says its cofounder. In a blog post, Steve Kondik tried to lay out what is going on with the company, but raises more questions instead. In the post, Kondik says “CyanogenMod isn’t going anywhere, nor has Cyanogen Inc. discontinued it’s efforts towards..