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The FCC has dropped a big hint about how it will resolve the vexing net neutrality question: its solution sounds like a clever compromise, but will do nothing to stop internet…

A new app called Warblr is able to identify a bird’s species by comparing sounds that users record in the field to a data set of previously recorded birdsong.

Pinterest’s profile page redesign didn’t attract much attention, but it’s indicative of the company’s big, current priority.

The amount of the investment is not yet known, nor are the specific details of the accompanying collaboration, but Evrythng’s “Facebook for things” approach could gel with Samsung’s open-platform aspirations.

This startup plans to tackle energy use using data and mobile networks.

Microsoft Health works with Windows Phone, Android and iOS devices. Much of it is based on Microsoft’s cloud-based “intelligence engine”, and the company wants startups to build health-related services around it.

Whisper CEO Michael Heyward said his stomach turned when he read the Guardian’s recent report about his app, in part because of a quote that suggested the company tracks people “for…

Human rights groups including Privacy International and Amnesty International have seized on information, submitted in a tribunal case they initiated after the Snowden leaks, that contradicts previous assurances given by the…

A commercial rocket exploded shortly after launch on its mission to resupply the ISS.

Facebook’s traffic-driving power has more than doubled in the past year alone.