Tim Berners-Lee: We Need an Online Magna Carta

Daddy of the internet Tim Berners-Lee has spoken out in an attempt to enshrine the independence of the world wide web, telling the Guardian that he believes we need an online Magna Carta to protect the rights of its users world wide. Read More >>

Mark Zuckerberg Talks Fragmenting Apps, Anonymous Facebook and... Poke

Ahead of Facebook's 10th anniversary on February 4th, Bloomberg Businessweek scored an interview with Mark Zuckerberg to chat about the company's future. Here are some choice cuts from the social network's head honcho, before you go read the whole thing. Read More >>

Vint Cerf: "Privacy May Actually Be an Anomaly"

Vint Cerf, Google's chief internet evangelist, is famous for having some, um, strong views. He's just unleashed a cracker, though: he thinks that "privacy may actually be an anomaly."
Speaking at an FTC event, Cerf was attempting to explain that privacy is a fairly new—and perhaps unsustainable—development. "In a town of 3,000 people there is no privacy," he explained. "Everybody knows what everybody is doing. It's the industrial revolution and the growth of urban concentrations that led to a sense of anonymity." Read More >>

Woz: I Wish to God That Apple and Google Were Partners

If there's one man who talks tech sense, it's Woz—and never more so than in a recent interview with the BBC. Woz would love it if Apple and Google played friendly, and he makes a very, very good point on the subject. Read More >>

Bill Gates Hates Control-Alt-Delete Just as Much as You Do

Control-Alt-Delete, the keyboard shortcut so synonymous with computer rage that even your Nan's heard of it. And now, despite it being a recurring feature of the Windows platform for near 30 years, even Bill Gates himself has admitted he hates it. Read More >>

Jony Ive and Craig Federighi Talk Design, User Experience and Touch ID

Last week, Business Week ran a fairly boring interview with Tim Cook, Jonathan Ive and Craig Federighi. Now, though, it's released a longer interview with just Ive and Federighi, which is kinda interesting. Here are some of the highlights: Read More >>

Mark Zuckerberg on the NSA Debacle, Facebook Home, and Sucking at IPOs

Speaking at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference Mark Zuckerberg has made his feelings known about the recent NSA scandal, pointing out that the government "blew it". Read More >>

Google's New Head of Android on the Future of the OS

You can, of course, head the full interview over at WIRED. But here are some choice cuts before you head that way. Read More >>

Eric Schmidt Thinks Controlling Google Glass with Your Voice Is "the Weirdest Thing"

There's a lot of quirkiness to Google Glass and a lot of stuff that Google still has to figure out. One of those things, according to ol' Google CEO Eric Schmidt, is talking out loud to control Google Glass. In a talk at Harvard yesterday, Schmitty literally called it "the weirdest thing". Read More >>

Mark Zuckerberg Talks Home, the Future of Sharing and Life Outside Facebook

On the day Facebook launched its new software for Android, Home, WIRED scored an interview with Mark Zuckerberg in order to chat about the product and what the future holds. Here are some choice cuts from the Big Blue's head honcho, before you go read the whole thing. Read More >>

BlackBerry's CEO Says the iPhone Is Outdated

With the launch of the last-chance Z10 around the corner for the rest of the world, BlackBerry is giving itself a pep talk to keep those hopes high despite not exactly doing great on our shores. And according to CEO Thorsten Heins, the iPhone's hardly in the race BlackBerry's fixin' to win because it's old news. Read More >>

Android Is a Free Replacement for a Feature Phone Says Apple's Phil Schiller

Samsung's announcing the Galaxy S IV tonight, but before it does, Apple wanted to take a few shots at Android. Phil Schiller, Apple's Senior Vice President of Marketing, crapped all over Android telling the WSJ that, "Android is often given as a free replacement for a feature phone and the experience isn't as good as an iPhone." Read More >>

Xbox Co-Founder: Apple Could Simply Kill the PS3, Xbox and Wii If It Wanted

According to Nat Brown -- the co-founder of the Xbox, and ex-Microsoft engineer -- Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo should be quaking in their boots. Not because Valve's going to kill them off, or Ouya, but of Apple. If it wanted to, Apple could simply kill them all. Read More >>

Larry Page: 'We're Crazy, I Know It, and I Like It'

Ten per cent better doesn't cut it for Larry Page. Neither does 50, 100, or 500. In an era of modest revision, the Google co-founder expects his company's products to outperform the status quo by no less than 10x. Because how else are you going to change the world? Read More >>

Samsung's Chief Strategy Officer Prefers to Use Apple at Home

By day, he heads up Samsung's technology strategy. By night, he's a closet Apple fanboy. Young Sohn, Samsung's Chief Strategy Officer, admitted to Technology Review in an interview that he can't get enough of Apple's products. Read More >>

Google CEO Larry Page Talks Apple Spats, Google+, and the Future of Search

CNN Money has managed to get a rare, long interview with Google head honcho Larry Page. In fact, its only Page's second big interview with a print publication since he became CEO back on 2011. Here are some choice cuts, before you read the whole thing. Read More >>


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