Technology

  • Edward Snowden Awarded 'Alternative Nobel'
    Edward_snowden_alan_rusbridger-diaalnews 2014-09-27 15:58:29 UTC
    By Leonie Terfort, DIAAL NEWS - NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden and Guardian editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger have jointly received the 2014 Right Livelihood honorary award, dubbed “the alternative nobel prize”. Sveriges Television SVT an...
  • Worldwide marches to demand action on Global warming
    Global_warming 2014-09-24 15:56:58 UTC
    DIAAL NEWS - As many as 310,000 demonstrators marched through the streets of New York City to demand U.N. action on global warming just days before the United Nations’ 2014 Climate Summit, which will be held in Midtown Manhattan. The demonstration...
  • Alibaba - Exceeding Expectations with the Biggest IPO Ever
    15974_alibaba_-_exceeding_expectations_with_the_biggest_ipo_ever 2014-09-22 05:37:10 UTC
    DIAAL NEWS - The biggest IPO ever is exceeding expectations. The stock price trading under the ticker “BABA” opened in New York today at $92.70. It looks like the IPO will raise over $25 billion definitely making it the biggest IPO in history. ...
  • Alibaba – What You Should Now About The Biggest IPO Ever
    Techcrunch_sf_2013_4s2a3709_marissa_mayer 2014-09-22 05:40:13 UTC
    Chinese Internet giant Alibaba is getting set for NYSE IPO. What does this mean for Yahoo stock? <strong>Alibaba is trying its luck on a foreign stock exchange, the IPO is expected in the next few days - not in Hong Kong, but in New York. A bi...
  • NASA to Reactivate Manned Space Flight
    Nasa-diaal 2014-09-24 15:54:01 UTC
    DIAAL NEWS - Three years after the retirement of the space shuttle program, the U.S. space agency NASA paved the way to resume US manned flights into space. "We’re returning human space flight launches to the US.", said NASA on Twitter yesterday. ...
  • 3000 volunteers to help fight the Ebola Virus outbreak
    -news-1 2014-09-24 15:54:19 UTC
    Diaal News - The US is sending 3000 military employees to the disaster region in West African to help in the fight against the Ebola epidemic, personnel include doctors, medics, engineers and logistics experts. According to U.S. government of...
  • Outraged iTunes Customers
    Tim_cook___bono 2014-09-24 15:53:52 UTC
    Diaal News - U2 surprisingly launched a new album, rather than talking about the music people are talking about the contentious deal with Apple. The most valuable corporation in the world not only gave away "Songs of Innocence" to 500 million cust...
  • U.S. Government threatened Yahoo with Million Dollar Penalty
    -news-1 2014-09-16 22:49:46 UTC
    U.S. government threatened Yahoo with million dollar penalty Provides us with data for the Prism program - or pay $ 250,000 penalty per day: This is how U.S. authorities put pressure on Internet giant Yahoo. Not even a court could help. Yah...
  • Nude Photos of Stars Hacked - How Safe is iCloud?
    News 2014-09-16 22:29:03 UTC
    Private photos of hundreds of celebrities have been released by hackers. "Hunger Games" star Jennifer Lawrence has now confirmed the authenticity of her photos. The photos had one thing in common: they were stored on Apple's iCloud. Now the ques...
  • Zuckerberg says "Government Blew It" with NSA
    Zuckerberg-diaalnews.com 2014-09-16 22:30:34 UTC
    Diaal News - Mark Zuckerberg has sharply criticized the U.S. government for Internet-espionage: "The government blew it". The Facebook CEO again demanded that Internet companies can announce the scope of the intelligence requests after all Facebo...
  • Most Facebook users take a break
    Facebook_break 2014-09-16 22:32:04 UTC
    Diaal News - According to a recent US study more and more users are taking a hiatus from Facebook. Users increasingly see the network as a waste of time. But this does not mean the end of Facebook. Has Facebook reached its peak? Is the hype o...