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Amazon shares are up after the company reported a profit of $214 million, outstripping all expectations.
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The GOP’s net neutrality bill raises questions about the public’s relationship with the Web, said Tom Wheeler.
The new threshold is set at 25 Mbps for downloads and 3 Mbps for uploads.
The rules would set new location accuracy requirements on cellular providers.
Leslie Knope just battled a tech company who looks a lot like the data-miners of today.
The Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel told Congress it was impossible “to offer any informed opinion regarding the adequacy of the certification process or the sufficiency of safety.”
It calls financial stories written by computers a success. Branching into sports could be next.
The world's largest smartphone maker, Samsung Electronics, posted its first annual earnings decline in three years, but healthy demand for its memory chips helped soften the blow.
This year’s class includes the inventors of Bluetooth and a predecessor to the disposable diaper.
The social media giant is making a lot of money, but it is spending a lot as well as it expands its mobile and global markets.
Apart from specific kinds of data such as health information, financial information, and student records, there really isn’t a broad privacy law here in the U.S. of A.
Are you a data-throttling wireless carrier selling ‘unlimited’ data? The FTC is on to you.
Gabe Newell personally recruited Yanis Varoufakis for the job.
The drone’s manufacturer, DJI, says it is now adding a no-fly zone for Washington in its databases.
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