Facebook provides the public with more detail about what kinds of nudity, bullying and terrorist-related activity is banned on its site. Source:: Facebook changes removal rules
By Jon Fingas Google Now only displays useful tidbits of knowledge from a handful of your apps right now, but the flood gates are about to fling wide open. Project director Aparna Chennapragada has revealed that Google plans to release a developer kit that lets an… Source:: Google Now will soon show info from any […]
By Daniel Cooper The company formerly known as Nokia liked to release a lot of devices, to the point where its round-number naming system got a bit confusing. Instead of being a spec-bump replacement for the 620, the Nokia Lumia 625 was an entirely different device a… Source:: How would you change Nokia’s Lumia 625?
The University of Oxford will decide whether to pull out of its investments in coal and oil sands later. Source:: Oxford to rule on coal investments
By Jon Fingas Public internet access in Cuba usually comes at a steep price — a local may have to use a week’s wages just to spend an hour emailing their family overseas. However, they now have a much, much more reasonable option. The country’s state-run telecom,… Source:: Cuba approves its first free public WiFi