Computing And Information Technology

The Latest: CEO says Boeing working to ensure 737s are safe

Mar 19, 2019

Boeing's CEO says the aircraft manufacturer is taking actions to ensure the safety of its 737 Max jets in the wake of two crashes that killed 346 people

Some lawmakers worry about allowing sports bets on phones

Mar 17, 2019

As states consider whether to legalize sports gambling, some lawmakers are raising concerns about a push to allow bets to be taken on phones and other mobile devices

Tokyo's Olympics may become known as the 'Robot Games'

Mar 15, 2019

Tokyo's Olympics may become known as the "Robot Games."

Big tech companies cast as monopolies in UK government study

Mar 13, 2019

UK review of digital competition urges new rules to deal with power of tech giants

US warns of sophisticated cyberattacks from Russia, China

Mar 13, 2019

The top Pentagon cyber leaders say cyberattacks from Russia, China, North Korea and Iran are increasingly sophisticated

Vulnerable to attack: Businesses should boost cyber defenses

Mar 13, 2019

A cyberattack that leads to down time and lost data can be costly for small companies

At age 30, World Wide Web is 'not the web we wanted'

Mar 12, 2019

At the ripe old age of 30 and with half the globe using it, the World Wide Web is facing growing pains with issues like hate speech, privacy concerns and state-sponsored hacking, its creator says.

Google paid former exec $35 million after harassment claim

Mar 12, 2019

Google paid former search executive Amit Singhal $35 million in an exit package when he was reportedly forced to resign after a sexual assault investigation, according to court documents that were made available Monday

WWWorries? Inventor of Web laments coming-of-age woes

Mar 11, 2019

The Web's inventor knows his revolutionary innovation is coming of age, and doesn't always like what he sees: state-sponsored hacking, invasion of privacy, online harassment, hate speech and misinformation among the ills of its "digital adolescence."

Google paid a former search executive $35 million upon his exit, reportedly after a sexual assault investigation

Mar 11, 2019

Google paid a former search executive $35 million upon his exit, reportedly after a sexual assault investigation

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