There’s nothing new about the sharing of human breast milk. In earlier days, moms in tribal groups nursed babies other than their own when the baby’s mother died or wasn’t close by. Later, wet nurses — mothers who had enough milk to share — came onto the scene. Sometimes they lived with the family; other... Continue Reading
Smartmobe bloatware goes from annoying to dangerous AND annoying The the Budapest University of Technology and Economics' Security Evaluation and Research Laboratory (SEARCH-LAB) says "malicious attackers controlling the network are able to install arbitrary applications" on LG's Android phones, thanks to a flaw in their software update mechanism.…
Novatel Wireless, Inc., MIFI, -3.76% a leading provider of wireless solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced AT&T T, -0.17% network approval of the MiFi® Secure SA 1100, the first offering in a new platform designed specifically for the control and automation market. The SA 1100 series presents customers with opportunities to create […]
Miami-Dade County Public Schools, the fourth-largest school district in the United States, is acting on its vision of technology equality for all students by putting a Meru wireless network in all 365 schools.
Instagram on Wednesday temporarily yanked an anti-racism post from hip hop artist and longtime activist Talib Kweli because an image seemed to violate the social network's community guidelines Kweli in the past has been extremely vocal...Show More Summary
After all three network morning newscasts dedicated time on Wednesday to the release of the latest batch of Hillary Clinton e-mails, their evening news counterparts saw things differently by choosing to ignore the story altogether. With...Show More Summary
Lifetime recently blessed us with the Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig-fronted Deadly Adoption and has been churning out campy, behind-the-scenes biopics like the upcoming Beverly Hills, 90210 and Full House movies, but now the network is turning its attention to something a bit darker—the Manson Family murders. Show More Summary
Facebook will begin sharing advertising revenue with companies that post videos on its social network, a step toward luring more premium content away from sites like Google's YouTube. Bloomberg's Lucas Shaw reports on "Trending Business."
In quantum cryptography, encoding entangled photons with particular spin states is a technique that ensures data transmitted over fiber networks arrives at its destination without being intercepted or changed. However, as each entangled...Show More Summary
As the economic value of better broadband comes to the fore all roads do eventually lead to full-fibre networks.
Bad news for the good ol' boys. TVLand has pulled episodes ofThe Dukes of Hazzard from its schedule, People reports. Though the network hasn't commented on its reasoning for dropping the series, the popular assumption stems from controversy over the Confederate flag, which is painted prominently on... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Dukes of Hazzard
Facebook's shiny logo isn't all that's new for the social network today: The outfit's also announced how it plans to split video ad revenue with publishers. Like YouTube, Facebook will give content creators 55 percent of ad revenue and keep the rest, according to Fortune. Show More Summary
It was very much a have night for Oprah Winfrey's 4-year old TV network on Tuesday. The mid-season return of The Haves And The Have Nots drew 3.3 million viewers with a 2.80 rating among OWN's core demo of W25-43. Inching ahead of 3.22...Show More Summary
Remember how ESPN’s outspoken big-ticket talent Bill Simmons was negotiating his new contract with ESPN and being pretty chatty with the press about it, and then in early May network president John Skipper pulled a fast one and issued...Show More Summary
This week, Fox News has several openings available. The network is hiring an anchor, writer and production assistant for Fox News Headlines. Meanwhile, ABC News needs a photo editor, and MTV is seeking a campaign coordinator for MTV Public Affairs. Show More Summary
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Lifetime isn't slowing down with these "unauthorized" movies. Melrose Place has been named the next in line to get the network's "unauthorized" treatment, TVLine reports. As with Lifetime's three other "unauthorized" projects, The Unauthorized Melrose Place Story will give viewers a new,... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Melrose Place
It’s official, this is not the Lifetime your grandmother used to watch. The network has been slowly changing its brand to a more contemporary setting. One inclination was original programming that appealed to a younger audience. We got...Show More Summary
Much like a handful of impressionable young people in the late ’60s, TV networks are infatuated with a lovable California cult leader/convicted murderer named Charles Manson. NBC has already given a second season to Aquarius—its David...Show More Summary
Fox News Channel finished the second quarter of 2015 No. 3 in prime time and No. 4 in total day viewers among all ad-supported cable networks. FNC averaged 1.60 million viewers between 8-11 p.m. ET, behind only TNT and TBS. CNN finished Q2 No. Show More Summary