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

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.
Geoff Weiss
Internet Providers Strike Back Against Net Neutrality Activists
Net Neutrality

Internet Providers Strike Back Against Net Neutrality Activists

Twenty-eight of America's broadband providers signed an open letter warning the FCC that regulating broadband as a public utility will stifle innovation.
Benjamin Kabin
Here's One Big Reason Mobile Carriers Don't Want a 'Kill Switch' on Smartphones
Smartphones

Here's One Big Reason Mobile Carriers Don't Want a 'Kill Switch' on Smartphones

A new report shows how many billions of dollars companies such as Verizon and AT&T could lose each year if smartphone theft decreases.
Jason Fell
Democrats Introduce Legislation to Restore 'Open Internet' Rules
Technology

Democrats Introduce Legislation to Restore 'Open Internet' Rules

Bills introduced in both the House of Representatives and the Senate would bring back net neutrality laws.
Catherine Clifford
Netflix Could Rally Its 34 Million Members to Uphold Net Neutrality
Growth Strategies

Netflix Could Rally Its 34 Million Members to Uphold Net Neutrality

In a letter to investors, the streaming leader vowed to fight a ruling last week that overturned net neutrality laws. Netflix also announced its stronger-than-expected earnings.
Geoff Weiss
Cable Wars: Intel Builds a Web TV Service, Sells It to Verizon
Technology

Cable Wars: Intel Builds a Web TV Service, Sells It to Verizon

With this deal, Verizon might be looking to take on cable rival Comcast.
Brian Patrick Eha
U.S. Court of Appeals Overturns Net Neutrality
Technology

U.S. Court of Appeals Overturns Net Neutrality

In a ruling published Tuesday, a Washington D.C. court struck down portions of the Federal Communications Commission's rules.
Catherine Clifford
T-Mobile 'Sticks It' to Competition, Will Cover Early Termination Fees
Technology

T-Mobile 'Sticks It' to Competition, Will Cover Early Termination Fees

The nation's fourth largest carrier is offering up to $650 to customers who terminate their contracts with competing carriers and join T-Mobile's fast-growing network.
Geoff Weiss
The Connected Home: A Huge Opportunity But Slow to Catch On
Growth Strategies

The Connected Home: A Huge Opportunity But Slow to Catch On

Representatives from LG, Lowe's and Verizon discuss why the market for these smart gadgets has potential but hasn't exploded yet.
Jason Fell
Report: U.S. Business Mergers at Highest Levels Since 2001
Growth Strategies

Report: U.S. Business Mergers at Highest Levels Since 2001

With deals totaling more than $1 trillion last year, the U.S. accounts for more mergers worldwide than it has in more than a decade.
Geoff Weiss
3 Steps to Changing Mobile Service Carriers
Technology

3 Steps to Changing Mobile Service Carriers

If coverage is weak and hurting your business, consider these tips for trying to get better mobile service.
Amy Gahran
For Net Neutrality Advocates, the Fight Continues
Starting a Business

For Net Neutrality Advocates, the Fight Continues

Some tech entrepreneurs say more regulation is needed to keep the Internet open -- especially when it comes to wireless providers.
Diana Ransom
Bringing a 4G Wireless Network into Your Office
Technology

Bringing a 4G Wireless Network into Your Office

Your cloud connection is more important than ever. This new 4G office router could be the backup you need.
Jonathan Blum
How Pre-Paid Phone Plans Can Save Your Business Money
Technology

How Pre-Paid Phone Plans Can Save Your Business Money

Paying for minutes in advance can help you cut mobile costs. Here's a roundup of options for business owners.
Jonathan Blum