Google I/O, the tech giant's annual developer conference, kicks off with a keynote event on Wednesday. Based on rumors, leaks, and well-educated guesswork, here's what we think we'll hear about.
Science editor Alan Boyle's blog: Amateur biotech labs are delving into what's arguably the 21st century's hottest scientific frontier — and stirring up worries as well.
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With more than 1.5 million apps now available for Android phones and Apple's iPhone, a congressman is proposing a law that would require mobile app developers to let users know what an app's privacy policies are when it comes to information being shared and the length of time the information is kept by a developer.
Satellites the size of a tissue box will someday be snapping pictures and taking environmental readings from orbit — controlled not by governments but by hobbyists and entrepreneurs.