Sixth Japanese nuclear reactor loses cooling
UpdatedYet another reactor in Japan's Fukushima nuclear-power complexes has lost its cooling, bringing the total number of problematic reactors in northeastern Japan after Friday afternoon's megaquake to six.
Facebook moves towards more video-social networking tie-ups
Now that Warner Brothers has made a number of its films available on Facebook, it is just a matter of time before every other film-maker on the planet jumps on the same bandwagon, and Facebook becomes a credible video alternative, certainly to YouTube, definitely to Amazon, but even more scarily, to Netflix.
Operation Twitstorm: Devs as friends or foes
Opiate-of-the-masses Twitter has sparked an uproar by announcing new expectations and rules for third-party application developers.
Customers clobber Clearwire as execs jump ship
American “4G*” wireless carrier Clearwire has been hit with a customer class action over speeds that don’t meet its marketing, and over the weekend, found three new empty offices in the “C-suite” with the departure of its CEO Bill Morrow. Chief commercial officer Mike Sievert, and CIO Kevin Hart, also announced their resignations.