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23 books Mark Zuckerberg thinks you should read

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has a single mission: to connect people around the world.<p>It's one reason why he decided to launch a Facebook-based book …

Here are the five key takeaways from Apple’s Congressional hearing against the FBI

After an often painful five-plus hours of congressional testimony today, both the FBI and Apple’s fate will be decided by congress after a five day window for further questioning.<p>There were a few verbal barbs traded on both sides, as well as from congressmen, but overall the hearing remained a …

Senators Once Again Introduce Bill To Try To Stop FCC And Net Neutrality

Since June, 2015, net neutrality — or specifically, the FCC’s Open Internet Rule — has been the law of the land. While the rule is a win for …

Net Neutrality

Here's Why Chicago Just Made Computer Science a Graduation Requirement

English, Math, <i>and</i> Computer Science. Now all three are required courses to graduate high school in the Chicago Public Schools.<p>On Wednesday, the third …

Can unlimited video really be that bad?

Forget about fast lanes. The new buzzphrase in the battle for an open Internet is "zero rating."<p>Zero rating is the practice of giving you online services, like music and video access, that don't eat into your data allotment. T-Mobile's Binge On service, which gives you unlimited video streaming …

Net Neutrality on Trial: What You Need to Know About Today's Big Case

The Internet’s future hangs in the balance today as three federal judges in Washington decide whether to strike down “net neutrality.” This is the …

The Biggest Threat to U.S. Internet Companies Now

The decade-long debate over network neutrality reached a moment of truth earlier this month when a federal appeals court in Washington, D.C., heard …

The Future Of The Internet Will Be Discussed In New York, This Week. But Nobody Seems To Care

Government officials from more than 190 countries will meet next Tuesday in New York for a two-day discussion (the United Nations’ 10 Year Review of the World Summit on the Information Society, or WSIS+10 Review) that could, in principle, have a huge influence on how the Internet is governed for …

Scientists just discovered a key reason why 'jerks' often succeed at work

Most notably, the late Steve Jobs led Apple to become one of the most successful companies in the world, despite being known as someone who shouted and cursed at employees and made derogatory remarks about their work.<p>You might assume that these relatively unlikable people are successful because …

5 Things To Know: Net Neutrality Is Back In Court

Remember net neutrality?<p>Right, it's that brain-flexing term that refers to the idea that phone and cable companies should treat all of the traffic on their networks equally. No blocking or slowing their competitors, and no fast lanes for companies that can pay more.<p>In fact, the term itself was so …

A MILLENNIAL'S GUIDE TO CORD-CUTTING: How to ditch your $100 monthly cable bill forever and still watch everything you want

The last time I actually had cable was when I lived in a dorm at college in 2011. But I still watch everything you watch, when you watch it. I just don't pay the $100 monthly cable bill.<p>I don't pay for cable because it's expensive, and if you move every year (like a lot of young people in New York …

TOP INTERNET ANALYST: There is one thing about Google that everyone is missing

Business Insider on Wednesday published a feature asking some of the best equity analysts in the US a handful of key questions.<p>All of the analysts ranked as the best in their sector in Institutional Investor's 44th annual #1 All-American Equity Research Team.<p>One of the questions focused on the key …

Artificial Intelligence

A Wall Street CEO perfectly explained the hot theory for the economy, markets and everything

Moelis & Co. chief executive Ken Moelis was on CNBC's Closing Bell on Thursday, and brought up one of his favorite topics: technological deflation.<p>The idea here is that technological advancements help drive prices down, whether it's through lowering the cost of production (think manufacturing), …

IMMELT: 'There's going to be trillions of dollars of wealth created in the industrial internet'

That's according to GE CEO Jeff Immelt, who spoke with CNBC's Jim Cramer in Wednesday's episode of "Mad Money."<p>Cramer asked Immelt about a TV advert GE has been running in which a developer has to explain to his friends he has a job at GE.<p>Immelt replied with an all-encompassing picture of the …

AT&T swears it was about to offer you a bunch of amazing deals, but then net neutrality happened

Friends, AT&T has some tragic news for you. You see, it had planned to unveil several awesome promotions, deals and initiatives that you would have loved… but then the mean old Federal Communications Commission and its net neutrality rules had to get involved.<p>As <i>Ars Technica</i> reports, AT&T senior …

Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 - Guía de logros y trofeos, platino (1)

A veces puede ser un poco complicado conseguir todos los logros y trofeos, así que en estas páginas te ofreceremos un detallado paso a paso con …