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Net Neutrality

Net Neutrality Ends in April, Unless Congress Acts

Opponents of the FCC's order are planning to fight back in court. Democrats are also trying to reverse the repeal in Congress.
Amazon

Amazon Is Laying Off 'Several Hundred' Employees

The pink slips will be predominantly given to workers in the company's consumer retail business, according to The Seattle Times.
Facebook

Grandparents Love Facebook, Teens Not So Much

The social network is expected to lose 2 million users ages 24 and younger in 2018.
Facebook

Facebook Tests 'Downvote' Option for Flagging Abusive Comments

The function shouldn't be confused with Reddit's downvoting option. It's designed to let users report inappropriate comments as opposed to demoting internet posts.
Snapchat

Snapchat Users Are Not Loving the App Update

Petition website Change.org said more than 30 petitions have been launched in the last day protesting the new Snapchat update.
Bitcoin

Is Bitcoin the Biggest Bubble in Human History?

Cryptocurrency's value is based entirely on one thing: its scarcity. But how can something that doesn't exist be scarce or plentiful?
Elon Musk

Elon Musk's Roadster Is Heading for the Asteroid Belt

The third and final burn worked too well and means the Roadster will overshoot its planned Mars orbit.
Tech Addiction

Apple, Facebook and Google Vets Form Coalition to Fight Tech Addiction

The Center for Humane Technology will focus its efforts on young users, first with a public school ad campaign on the harmful effects of tech and social media.
Amazon

How Amazon Keeps Your TV From Accidentally Triggering Your Echo

Amazon's use of acoustic fingerprinting helps to tell your Echo that it should ignore whatever's being said in the background -- including 'Alexa.'
Facebook

Mark Zuckerberg Spins Decline in Facebook Usage as a Good Thing

Facebook declined by about 50 million hours per day in last year's fourth quarter, or about 5 percent overall.
Cryptocurrency

Cryptocurrency Exchange Loses More Than $500 Million in Possible Hack

The heist at Coincheck involved 523 million tokens from a cryptocurrency known as NEM.
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