Facebook Fugitive Paul Ceglia Arrested in Ecuador, Say US Prosecutors

The New York man who spent nearly 3-1/2 years as a fugitive after being charged with trying to defraud Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg out of half of the social media company has been arrested in Ecuador and may be extradited, US prosecutors said on Thursday. Paul Ceglia, 45, a wood pellet salesman from Wellsville in upstate New York, had been … Read more

Facebook Should Be Treated as Content Creator, Say Attorneys in Ad Policy Case

For the efforts it makes to “customise” audience for its advertisers, Facebook should legally be considered as a “content creator” just as any other media outlet, according to US attorneys involved in a case relating to the social networking giant’s ad policies, the media reported. This assertion may have immediate legal ramifications and open the way for … Read more

Top Apple executive on Amazon Echo: ‘if you don’t have anything nice to say…’

Getty Images Phil Schiller, Apple A top Apple executive revealed he is not a fan of either Amazon’s Echo or Google Home’s speakers, amid speculation that the company could be releasing its own rival product. In a recent interview with Gadgets 360, Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of worldwide marketing, took a dig at … Read more

Experts Say Automated Accounts Sharing Fake News Ahead of French Election

French voters are being deluged with false stories on social media ahead of the country’s presidential election, though the onslaught of “junk news” is not as severe as that during last year’s US presidential campaign, according to a study by Oxford University researchers. The study to be published Friday and another published on Wednesday add evidence … Read more

Wearable Sweat Sensor Could Help Diagnose and Treat Disease, Say Researchers

An ultra-sensitive, wearable sweat sensor may improve diagnosis and treatment of cystic fibrosis, diabetes and other conditions, researchers said Monday. Unlike previous sweat sensors, the new model requires only a trace of moisture to do its job and doesn’t require patients to sit still for 30 minutes while it collects sweat. “This is a huge … Read more

Interpret the Companies Act says Mistry camp, It already has been say the Tatas

MUMBAI: Tata Sons on Monday argued that Supreme Courtdecisions on Companies Act would render two firms held by Cyrus Mistry’s family ineligible to even seek relief against alleged oppression of their rights as minority shareholders, while the Mistry camp said the issue calls for “fresh interpretation of provisions under the 2013 Act”. C A Sundaram … Read more

It’s not just Facebook: Publishers say internet metrics are often wrong

Pau Barrena | Bloomberg | Getty Images Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook For the fourth time since September, Facebook has reported that the metrics that it provides to publishers and advertisers are inaccurate. The metrics problem, however, is much bigger than Facebook, publishers involved in the situation say. Reliable and consistent third-party industry measurement systems don’t exist, … Read more

What OneNote’s Math and Replay features say about the spotty state of Windows Ink

One of the most significant features of Windows 10’s Anniversary Update was the addition of pen computing, known as Windows Ink, which we criticized as falling short of the average consumer’s needs. We don’t know whether any new inking features will be announced at Microsoft’s Windows event on Wednesday (or the event that follows on … Read more

Tesla-SolarCity deal makes experience, experts say

at the same time as many on Wall road have expressed skepticism over Tesla’s $2.eight billion bid for SolarCity, Tesla shareholder Joe Dennison is not certainly one of them. For him, the deal makes feel for Tesla’s long–time period strategy. “if you suppose that strength and transportation are transferring in the direction of a sustainable … Read more