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FCC Gives Public More Time to Speak Their Minds on Net Neutrality

FCC Gives Public More Time to Speak Their Minds on Net Neutrality

An avalanche of last-minute comments on a controversial proposal to allow Internet "fast lanes'' prompted the agency to extends its public comment period.
Tell Us: Uber, Lyft or Traditional Taxi -- What's Your Favorite Way of Getting a Ride?

Tell Us: Uber, Lyft or Traditional Taxi -- What's Your Favorite Way of Getting a Ride?

As car-sharing services continue to gain steam, we want to know how you prefer to get around when you need a ride.
Say Hello to the Robotic Personal Assistant of Your Dreams

Say Hello to the Robotic Personal Assistant of Your Dreams

Born from MIT's Media Lab, 'Jibo' can take photos, remind you of important dates and events and, more importantly, interact with you and learn about you.
In Landmark Deal, Apple and IBM Join Up to Develop Business Apps

In Landmark Deal, Apple and IBM Join Up to Develop Business Apps

The wide-ranging partnership aims to combine IBM's big data and analytics proficiencies with Apple’s ubiquity and usability.
Novartis, Google to Develop Contact Lenses to Monitor Blood Sugar

Novartis, Google to Develop Contact Lenses to Monitor Blood Sugar

Finger-prick glucose tests could soon be a pain of the past. The two mega companies have joined forces to make biosensor-packed smart lenses a reality for diabetes patients.
Public Deluges FCC With 677K Comments on Proposed 'Fast Lane' Rule

Public Deluges FCC With 677K Comments on Proposed 'Fast Lane' Rule

A long list of Internet upstarts have demanded tough regulation to protect net neutrality, while tech giants including Google and Facebook have said little.
How a Family-Owned Firm Can Beat the Odds and Pivot

How a Family-Owned Firm Can Beat the Odds and Pivot

Use the leadership change as a catalyst for a shift in the business model to keep up with trends.
U.S. Says Fourth Amendment Does Not Protect Digitally-Stored Data

U.S. Says Fourth Amendment Does Not Protect Digitally-Stored Data

A drug trafficking case in which the government is demanding Microsoft hand over emails stored in a Dublin datacenter has called into question Fourth Amendment rights in a digital era.
Finland's Capital Wants to Do Away With Car Ownership

Finland's Capital Wants to Do Away With Car Ownership

By 2025, Helsinki aims to have residents get around on trains, bikes, and with car-sharing rides. Nobody will own their own car.
6 Ultra-Handy Tech Tools to Simplify Your Summertime Travels

6 Ultra-Handy Tech Tools to Simplify Your Summertime Travels

Whether you're traveling for business or pleasure, these gadgets can help keep you on track, in touch and entertained across the miles.
This Tech Startup Wants to Revolutionize Your Home

This Tech Startup Wants to Revolutionize Your Home

Vivint's new 'Sky' system learns how you interact with your home to make it a smarter place. It's not just automation, but smart automation.
5 Ways Telecommuting Saves Employers Money

5 Ways Telecommuting Saves Employers Money

Many employees hate commuting to jobs they otherwise love. Employers can save big money allowing them to work happily from home.
Google Glass Creator Babak Parviz Snagged by Amazon

Google Glass Creator Babak Parviz Snagged by Amazon

While Parviz's expertise lies in the realm of high-tech optics, it is not yet known what projects he will undertake at Amazon.
This Hair Accessory Can Act Like a Panic Button

This Hair Accessory Can Act Like a Panic Button

A high-tech hair clip promises personal security.
Prod a Product Into Double-Duty (Profit and Social Good) With 3 Questions

Prod a Product Into Double-Duty (Profit and Social Good) With 3 Questions

It's possible to broaden your startup's mission with an added corporate responsibility push.
Soon, Applebee's May Be Asking You to Put Your Phone Away

Soon, Applebee's May Be Asking You to Put Your Phone Away

The casual-dining giant wants you to play and pay with its shiny, new tablets. Not yours, and specifically not on Tuesdays. Check, please.
Soon, You Could Own a Device That Scans Your Food for Gluten

Soon, You Could Own a Device That Scans Your Food for Gluten

Two MIT alums want to create a technology and community that will keep people with gluten sensitivities and other food allergies safe.
Considering 'SaaS'? What You Need to Know

Considering 'SaaS'? What You Need to Know

Nelly Yusupova, founder of TechSpeak for Entrepreneurs, explains the benefits and pitfalls of software as a service.
Don't Stop Recruiting Employees Once They're Hired

Don't Stop Recruiting Employees Once They're Hired

Jon Bischke's company, Entelo, makes it easier for companies to recruit new talent. Yet, the secret to success, he says, isn't just finding the right people, but figuring out how to keep them.
AT&T's Latest Move Should Have Net Neutrality Advocates Freaking Out

AT&T's Latest Move Should Have Net Neutrality Advocates Freaking Out

The telecom giant has signed on the first significant customer to its sponsored controversial data program.
New Messaging App 'Tap' Aims to Be Even Simpler Than 'Yo'

New Messaging App 'Tap' Aims to Be Even Simpler Than 'Yo'

A decorated tech inventor enters the context-based messaging service market, claiming his app is four times faster than the viral messaging app Yo.
FTC Sues Amazon Over Kids' Unauthorized In-App Purchases

FTC Sues Amazon Over Kids' Unauthorized In-App Purchases

The Federal Trade Commission filed a complaint today arguing that the ecommerce giant allowed children to rack up charges on their parents’ accounts without consent.
Aereo's Plan B: Fine, We're a Cable Provider

Aereo's Plan B: Fine, We're a Cable Provider

The streaming TV startup that lost against big broadcasters in the Supreme Court is still not giving up. It's giving in. Well, sort of. Here's how.
4 Kickstarter Campaigns You Won't Believe Actually Succeeded

4 Kickstarter Campaigns You Won't Believe Actually Succeeded

Zack Danger Brown’s ludicrous $72,000 potato salad isn’t the weirdest and wackiest dud in the crowdfunding bunch to strike gold.
Google to Offer Business Owners 2 TB of Free Storage for a Year

Google to Offer Business Owners 2 TB of Free Storage for a Year

Amid pricing wars between corporate computing leaders Amazon, Microsoft and Google, industry experts predict that cloud storage may soon become entirely free.
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