Journalists at the well-known American technology news website WIRED have walked off the job to protest against the delay by its owner, publishing giant Condé Nast, in allowing staff to form a union.
Ars Technica technology reporter Peter Bright has been arrested on charges of soliciting sex with children online, according to a complaint filed in the US District Court in the Southern District of New York.
The Konami code has long been used in video games, but it's now crossed over the Internet where it's being used to unleash raptors on popular websites.
Amazon has launched an in-app purchasing service for developers and publishers using the Android platform.
HP has been pushing its ePrint vision of connected printers for a year or so, and that includes content delivery. So far, that's mainly involved online publishers, but now leading US magazine publisher CondÃ© Nast is joining the party.
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