Turkish law forces PayPal to suspend operations in the country
It's the latest instance of Turkey taking a stance against foreign tech companies.
US carriers cover the costs for calls and texts to Belgium
It's an important olive branch in the wake of the Brussels terrorist attacks.
Anonymous takes credit for cyberattacks crippling Turkey
Turkey's hesitation in fighting ISIS supposedly made its websites fair game.
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Neural Network code can identify sad old suitcases on the street in real time, aka prepare yourselves
Turkey blocks Reddit through its internet censorship law
Turkey is worried that Reddit is a bastion of porn... and political criticism.
Uber's latest service takes you across continents in a speed boat
Never mind using ridesharing services to get across cities -- Uber wants to take you across contin...
Google's Android-for-all program comes to Europe
Google's bid to democratize Android just reached Europe. The internet giant has announced that Tur...
'Minecraft' might get banned in Turkey for being too violent
In a move of absolute ridiculousness, Turkey wants to ban Minecraft because its Family and Social...
Russia, Turkey and the US wanted more of your Twitter data last year
Twitter might not have the easiest time getting new users, but it's having no problems attracting...