The FCC’s chairman has a killer plan to fight its net neutrality lawsuits

FCC chairman Tom Wheeler is pretty confident that the FCC will win this new round of lawsuits.

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    Tech startup offers peace of mind to kids of aging parents

    Tech startup offers peace of mind to kids of aging parents

    Advances in low-cost sensors and wireless networks are fueling a boom in companies creating products for Baby Boomers trying to balance caring for aging parents and respecting their independence.

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    Dave Goldberg, 'A brilliant boss'

    Dave Goldberg, 'A brilliant boss'

    Dave Goldberg, one half of the Silicon Valley power couple with Sheryl Sandberg, is being mourned as a respected tech executive and progressive male feminist. Dave DiMartino, executive editor of Yahoo Music, shares memories of his former boss and friend.

    Comcast is officially an Internet company, and its timing is awful

    Comcast says its subscribers for high-speed Internet have surpassed cable television customers for the first time.

    Sheryl Sandberg and Dave Goldberg split the chores. Most American couples don’t.

    Sheryl Sandberg and Dave Goldberg split the chores. Most American couples don’t.

    American men don’t do as much around the house. But they do get a lot more leisure time, data shows.

    How to make sure a self-driving car doesn’t hit a cyclist

    How to make sure a self-driving car doesn’t hit a cyclist

    Google receives a new patent for identifying cyclists and their hand motions.

    Carly Fiorina really should have bought CarlyFiorina.org

    Carly Fiorina really should have bought CarlyFiorina.org

    Someone who’s not Carly Fiorina bought CarlyFiorina.org to slam her record at HP.

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    Pilot preps for five-day flight powered by the sun

    Pilot preps for five-day flight powered by the sun

    André Borschberg, 62, is hoping weather conditions will allow his solar plane to be stable enough for him to catch a little sleep during his five-day solo flight from China to Hawaii.

    These guys want to make the electric-powered garbage truck a success

    These guys want to make the electric-powered garbage truck a success

    A California trash company thinks adding a turbine generator will solve the battery life issues.

    Can quantum computing change the world? This start-up is betting on it.

    Can quantum computing change the world? This start-up is betting on it.

    A D.C. firm is using the mysterious and powerful principles of quantum computing to solve big problems.

    Even Apple now confirms that tattoos and the Apple Watch don’t mix

    Even Apple now confirms that tattoos and the Apple Watch don’t mix

    An updated support page address that tattoo problem head-on.

    Five ways professional gaming is like any other sport

    Five ways professional gaming is like any other sport

    Want to be a professional video gamer? Here’s how this champion did it.

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    Tesla shows off new solar batteries

    Tesla shows off new solar batteries

    Tesla CEO Elon Musk presented his new Powerwall solar batteries on April 30, 2015. Musk says the batteries could dramatically reduce the use of fossil fuels by replacing use of the power grid.

    Nancy Drew is cooler at 85 than she’s ever been

    Nancy Drew is cooler at 85 than she’s ever been

    Nancy Drew and The Secret of the 85-Year-Old Video Game Heroine

    A look at the Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft app

    A look at the Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft app

    Play your cards right, and you’ll win the war

    Retro game fans, rejoice. Mortal Kombat X now in app form

    Retro game fans, rejoice. Mortal Kombat X now in app form

    Take the arena with you, fighters.

    Facebook users raise $10 million for Nepal earthquake survivors in two days

    Facebook users raise $10 million for Nepal earthquake survivors in two days

    The company raises more for the earthquake than the U.S. government.

    Congressman with computer science degree: Encryption back-doors are ‘technologically stupid’

    Congressman with computer science degree: Encryption back-doors are ‘technologically stupid’

    Advocates for building ways for law enforcement to access secure content get chilly reception on Capitol Hill.

    How to reinvent 911 for the 21st century

    How to reinvent 911 for the 21st century

    After watching my father endure a terrible ordeal I decided to fix a broken system.

    Jeff Bezos’ spaceship just finished its first flight test

    Jeff Bezos’ spaceship just finished its first flight test

    “Any astronauts on board would have had a very nice journey into space and a smooth return,” Bezos said in a statement.

    Why it matters that Japan is going to the moon

    Why it matters that Japan is going to the moon

    Its track record of creative lunar exploration could help tap into the moon’s commercial potential.

    Is 2015 the year Congress finally takes on patent trolls?

    Is 2015 the year Congress finally takes on patent trolls?

    Proponents of “PATENT Act” think this is the year Congress takes on patent trolls.

    Why he’s making baseball cards for scientists

    Why he’s making baseball cards for scientists

    The organizer of an event to promote science and engineering explains his thinking.