Info turnover news: Twitter transparency report; Microsoft email ruling

When Twitter released a transparency report in February, the company noted it was considering legal action to push the government to let the company disclose more information about national security requests. In its transparency report published Read More →

Investments in L.A. tech more than triple since 2009

It turns out Snapchat, Tinder and Oculus Rift are not the only hot tech companies in Southern California. There's so much startup action in the Los Angeles and Santa Monica that the region has become a new favorite for venture capitalists Read More →

Heartbleed bug still a major threat to most companies, study finds

When the so-called Heartbleed bug was discovered earlier this year, it was quickly hailed as one of the most serious security problems in years. But a new study has found that the vast majority of big companies have done Read More →

Net neutrality: What about data caps?

The net neutrality debate is about access. But the discussion has evolved, because a few years ago — when all-you-can-eat data was still in — it included talk about data caps. Today, the talk mostly is about Internet Read More →

Netflix strikes paid connection deal with AT&T

Netflix has struck a paid data connection deal with another one of its supposed antagonists. The company announced Tuesday that it had agreed to pay AT&T for a direct connection between the two companies' networks. The companies struck the deal back Read More →

And when the fat lady does sing, Google Glass will be the witness

Opera lovers, hold on to your seats — and your opera glasses. In what's being billed as a global first, a handful of singers and musicians with the opera company in Cagliari, Sardinia, will don pairs of Google Glass this Read More →
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