Leaked DOJ Memo Justifies Drone Strikes on US Citizens

A leaked Justice Department white paper reveals a draft legal framework which describes in detail the targeting of American citizens by drones without due process or proof of specific intent to harm. That's terrifying. » 2/05/13 4:11am 2/05/13 4:11am

Apple Throws the Rule Book at Music Stars

Rockstars are notoriously hard to control. Think of Axl Rose or Kanye West. Legendary artists play by their own rules: showing up late to gigs, mouthing off to fans, or fighting record label execs for getting in the way of music. Which makes it especially odd that Apple, for its new music social network Ping, would… » 10/12/10 7:00pm 10/12/10 7:00pm

Display Your Favorite Magazines in Minimalist, Modernist Style

"Guidelines" turns your current magazine collection, or just your favorite covers, into a striking focal point on your wall. It's created with two strips of powder-coated metal, bent into an attractive series of right angles. » 8/31/10 1:20am 8/31/10 1:20am

Guidelines Reiterate That RIM Won't Make Special Deals For Countries

RIM has posted a set of guidelines on its website that specify how countries like India can monitor its services. The rules state that they will not grant access beyond what's legally required by local governments and any monitoring would need to be "technology and vendor neutral." No changes (such as backdoors for a… » 8/13/10 3:05pm 8/13/10 3:05pm