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Google chairman Eric Schmidt warns that those who lack the skills to work with machines will be left behind.
The FCC wants to limit the power of TV stations to negotiate with cable companies for content fees.
The former NSA contractor has become increasingly outspoken in recent months.
It’s the biggest conservative conference of the year. And nobody’s said a peep yet about surveillance.
Smartphone tracking at stores reveals the messy world of digital privacy.
Pendo is looking to streamline the process.
Edward Snowden says he had no legal avenue for blowing the whistle on NSA spying.
The cryptocurrency’s creator went to great lengths to hide his identity. That’s completely understandable.
It’s easier than ever for movie-lovers to get the things they want on demand. But what about readers?
The Wall Street Journal publishes a profile of Softbank’s CEO, and consumer groups file an FTC complaint against Facebook’s WhatsApp deal.
Innovation isn’t a zero-sum game. Both China and the United States can win.
When teenagers start trading sleep time for screen time, it can have some serious consequences.
The 64-year-old model train enthusiast says he has nothing to do with the currency.
Deal pulls user data into Facebook’s advertising business, groups say.
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The Oak Tree Gun Club is enduring severe backlash for offering the nation’s first smart gun.
After criticism from gun rights groups, the store renounced its association with the nation’s first smart gun.
“Satoshi Nakamoto” may not be a pseudonym, after all.
A British company seeks to adapt a spy blimp for other uses, such as tourism and academic research.
Don’t doubt Google’s far-out project to bring balloon-powered Internet to the masses.
Plus, Tor may be hiding hundreds of underground markets and a congressman pens a satirical letter against the dollar.
But Brown still faces a maximum sentence of up to 70 years.
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