Ahead Of ITU Summit, Google Wants You To Help Preserve A Free And Open Internet With New Campaign

Today, Google announced a new initiative to support an open and free Internet called "Take Action." The company has set up a website with materials to help educate you on <a href="https://beta.techcru

Twitter, Jobs, Democracy and The US Elections

I recently wrote a post about the open nature of Twitter and why I'm long on its future. I know it's easier to write "horse race" stories about who's signing up more users, raising more funding or who

Steve Jobs tells the world just what he thinks of Flash

<img src="">Once upon a time there were two little boys, Apple and Adobe. Back when they were kids, they used to hang out, play

Early look at the Neuros LINK internet video box

CG reader Shaila was kind enough to send in some early impressions and info about the Neuros LINK box that we reported a couple of weeks ago. Keeping in mind that Neuros is currently in a gamma testin

Neuros soft launches ‘LINK’ internet video set-top box

Here comes yet another set-top box that connects to the internet and streams web video. Thankfully, this one looks pretty cool. It’s called the Neuros LINK and it’ll leverage the Neuros .TV interf

Battle Over: Twitter Opens Up To Gnip

Since launching TechcrunchIT we have been pounding away about open standards and data availability. One of the biggest victims of this focus recently has been Twitter, who went from being a leading li

Verizon joins open Linux mobile group 'LiMo'

Verizon has signed up as the final member on the board of directors of the LiMo Foundation, a group founded by Motorola, NEC, NTT DoCoMo, Panasonic, Samsung, and Vodafone “to deliver an open and