Security legend Paul Kocher talks about the attitudes shaping Congress's latest tech misstep.
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Google's MapReduce algorithm turns a bunch of cell phones into a self-contained cloud computing environment.
Workers in Russia, Southeast Asia, and China are paid a pittance to solve millions of CAPTCHAS.
The companies release a proposal for legislation supporting an open Internet--with one big loophole.
Location-based services are popular at festivals--providing there's enough bandwidth.
A unique analysis of influence on Twitter shows that an obscure Indonesian filmmaker is just as good at propagating memes as @Google.
The Web giant is more interested in an open internet than a tiered system.
Reading apps like Flipboard--which remove ads and other design elements from pages--are putting more pressure on Web publishers.
After ads, pagination may be the latest casualty in the conflict between readability and profitability.