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A new version of LTE could improve your download speeds. But critics say it threatens a longtime standard in WiFi.
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Zuckerberg held an online Q&A Tuesday and covered a lot of ground, from his workout routine to his thoughts on transgender issues.
Why the economics of streaming music right now argue against paying for music.
The European Union has a plan to abolish roaming fees and implement net neutrality.
Here’s a quick rundown of Apple Music based on the five sections of the new app.
An appeals court found Apple was guilty of conspiring with book publishers to drive down the price of ebooks.
The company says it relies on small Internet providers that should be protected by the FCC.
Critics claim that Google manipulates search results to put its products first, even if there are better results elsewhere.
The five hackers are accused of stealing health, employment, and banking data, or trying to force people to pay a ransom to regain control of their devices and running fake online auctions.
A shortlist of .sucks registrants — and what it says about identity and the Internet
Here’s a list of pros and cons for Apple Music, Pandora One and Spotify so you can find the best fit.
A more open model will allow inventors to share their ideas while also protecting them.
These ten books will open up your mind.
Visits to homepage, National security section, and the Switch to use https starting Tuesday.
Save the land of Ouzo and feta with this campaign.
Twitch grabbed more than 21 million viewers during E3. That’s more than New York, San Francisco and London, combined.
France’s war on Uber heats up.
The company is heeding concerns from skeptical regulators and consumers
She’s twice lost experiments to rocket explosions. But she isn’t giving up.
A new novel by Washington think tankers uses real-world technologies to explore the future of warfare.
Stepping on a scale may one day trigger you seeing weight-loss ads online.
It was the third cargo mission to the International Space Station to be lost in recent months and was a setback for plans to test the landing of a rocket booster on a platform at sea.
We have 25 people running for president, and no one is talking about the fastest-growing area of work in our country. -- Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.)
A new product, the Playaway Launchpad, has been designed for the children’s sections of libraries.
He also managed to tie the victory to an Apple advertising campaign.
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