Dutch family sues Facebook over 'like' button patent

The heirs of a Dutch Internet inventor are suing Facebook for allegedly infringing his patents with the US social networking site's "like" and "share" buttons, court documents seen on Monday said.

Working alone won't get you good grades, study finds

(Phys.org)—Students who work together and interact online are more likely to be successful in their college classes, according to a study published Jan. 30 in the journal Nature Scientific Reports and co-authored by Manuel ...

Book says 'Big Data' becoming a global nervous system

When Rick Smolan attended a parent-teacher meeting at his kids' New York City school recently, a spirited discussion broke out about why students were being allowed to text and post on social sites during school hours.

Trust in pollies concerns Australian voters

More than half of Australians think they have no say about what the government does nor any influence on politics, a new analysis from QUT shows.

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