Veille technologique du 13 septembre au 20 septembre
Les sites pour enfants et ados installent 30% de “tracking devices” (cookies & Cie) de plus que les autres (via @manhack) – The Journal examined 50 sites popular with U.S. teens and children to see what tracking tools they installed on a test computer. As a group, the sites placed 4,123 “cookies,” “beacons” and other […]
The Way I Work: Michael Arrington of TechCrunch – (…) Negotiating with companies over how news breaks is a big part of what we do. I don’t think traditional journalists would do this or admit to it, but a source might say, “Yeah, we just got bought, but can you please not write about it for a week, because it might kill the deal?” Unless I know lots of other journalists are sniffing around, I generally defer to the entrepreneur. We probably lose half of those stories, but it’s the right thing to do. It builds trust. People aren’t going to tell you things if they don’t trust you. (…)
Facebook: We Are Not Building a Phone – Rumors surfaced earlier today that Facebook was building a mobile device based on Google’s Android OS. According to an official representative, however, the company is not, in fact, developing a device.