Mobile Writer, Forbes
forbes.com — Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks at the TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2012 conference on September 11, 2012 in San Francisco, in his first public interview since the massive public offering on May 18 that was hotly anticipated but ended up being a flop.
forbes.com — About my inbox: I know, I know. Last Monday Apple introduced us to iOS7 and announced that a beta would be available to developers later that day. Beta operating systems - especially for devices like mobile phones - can be buggy as hell, which is why they aren't recommended for the [...]
forbes.com — We usually hold our #AskForbes Twitter chats @forbes on Wednesdays, but we decided to do a special chat today @forbestech covering privacy and the NSA leaks. Kashmir Hill and Andy Greenberg, Forbes' privacy and security experts, have covered the leaks extensively: Kashmir Hill: Google's War On Government Secrecy How Americans' Views On Surveillance [...]
techcrunch.com — T-Mobile and Verizon reportedly refused to kowtow to the National Security Agency's demand to collect all phone call records. According to the Wall Street Journal, because T-Mobile USA and Verizon Wireless are owned by European parent companies, they were able to successfully refuse the NSA's court order.
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