- International Business Times UKMar 30 09:01 AM
Tech London advocates founder Russ Shaw says Twitter is far from dead, it's just resting
Number of fake Twitter accounts causes concern - Arab News
- Pendle TodayApr 13 06:20 PM
Twitter has been at the centre of some key global events in its first 10 years, as well as starting and fuelling some of the most prominent trends of the digital world.
- Market WatchApr 06 07:45 AM
Osama bin Laden was a gold bug, according to a letter published in the New York Times
- The Atlantic via Yahoo! NewsApr 27 07:00 AM
For more than 60 years, the FBI has kept a list of its top ten most wanted fugitives. The idea took root in the bureau when a reporter asked the FBI in 1949 for a list of the “toughest guys” it was looking for, and published the list in the Washington Daily News, according to the agency. The article captured so much interest that FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover institutionalized the most-wanted ...
- Business InsiderApr 06 03:14 PM
Associated Press It looks like one of the most famous people in history has just been “outed” as a gold bug, his name is… Osama bin Laden. That story comes from a document obtained by the New York Times. To be fair to both sides of the aisle, Osama bin Laden was also extremely fearful of climate change and urged action against it – so knee-jerk liberals and conservatives can fight it out whether...
- EuroNewsApr 10 01:50 AM
*Brussels attackers initially planned to target Paris * "I am the man in the hat" - Abrini * 4 charged with terrorism offences over attacks * Primeâ€¦
- US News & World ReportApr 20 11:16 PM
Members of Congress who voted for CISPA had their personal information posted online.
- Digital Trends via Yahoo! SportsApr 17 03:29 PM
You’d think that after its last AI chat bot fiasco, Microsoft would’ve learned its lesson — or at least waited a bit longer before introducing another monster to the world. Luckily for us, history has a tendency to repeat itself, and the company’s latest creation is a sometimes hilarious entity known as Captionbot. The premise is simple — recognize the contents of a photo, and come up with an ...
- EuroNewsApr 09 09:24 AM
* Belgium charges four with terrorist offences relating to Brussels attacks * Police not sure Mohammed Abrini is the "man in the hat" from Brusselsâ€¦
- Reuters via Yahoo! India NewsApr 08 07:29 PM
An ex-U.S. Navy SEAL who has said he fired the shot that killed al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was arrested in Montana early on Friday on suspicion of driving under the influence, a police official said. Rob O'Neill, 39, appeared inebriated when he was found in the driver's seat of a car with the engine running outside a convenience store in Butte in western Montana, said Undersheriff George ...