Computing And Information Technology

No art or wood paneling _ some law firms work in the cloud

Feb 28, 2018

There's no wood paneling or plush carpet at a growing number of law firms _ they work in the cloud

Justices look at how older law applies to internet cloud

Feb 27, 2018

The Supreme Court is signaling it will allow the government to force American technology companies to hand over emails and other digital information sought in criminal probes but stored in the internet cloud outside the U.S.

Rights group: China using personal data as repression tool

Feb 27, 2018

Human Rights Watch finds evidence that authorities in one of China's most repressive regions are sweeping up citizens' personal information in a stark example of how big-data technology can be used to police a population

Glitches or not, Nissan starts testing semi-autonomous rides

Feb 23, 2018

Nissan Motor Co. is starting tests next month on regular roads of its "Easy Ride," what it calls a "robo-vehicle mobility service."

State tax data breach twice as large as originally thought

Feb 22, 2018

Officials with Massachusetts' tax collection agency say a data breach that exposed private information from about 39,000 business taxpayers was twice as large as first thought

APNewsBreak: Iowa congressman failed to disclose new company

Feb 22, 2018

A congressman from Iowa violated House ethics rules by failing to disclose a new company that he owns, a mysterious outfit that uses one of his federal staffers in a false testimonial for its services

Less is more: Why the Olympics broadcast beats online

Feb 21, 2018

Less is more: Why the Olympics broadcast beats online

Estimated 18.6 million viewers watch Olympics on Monday

Feb 20, 2018

NBC says an estimated 18.6 million people watched the Olympics Monday evening on either NBC, the cable network NBCSN or streaming services

Walmart's bruising battle with Amazon saps its 4Q results

Feb 20, 2018

Walmart is getting bruised in its battle with online leader Amazon

Connecticut's Edible Arrangements sues Google over rival ads

Feb 20, 2018

The Connecticut-based fruit bouquet company Edible Arrangements has filed a federal lawsuit against Google, claiming its business is being hurt by rival ads that appear when people use the search engine

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