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What To Know About The Net Neutrality Ruling

What does it mean that the DC Circuit Court struck down the FCC's "Open Internet Rules?"<p>The DC Circuit Court has issued a ruling in Verizon v. FCC that is likely the shape the very nature of the internet. At the heart of the case is how the companies that provide internet to consumers can control …

6 Amazing Stories That Could Make You Believe in Karma

1. Thief hit by a bus seconds after robbing a woman<p>In Bogota, Colombia, in May 2013, a man grabbed a woman’s phone at a bus stop, wrestling it from …

North Carolina

Beyond Blocking Or Muting, Twitter Got It Right Yesterday

Yesterday there was a protest about Twitter. That is fairly rare for its size and influence, thanks to two key elements baked into the platform: simplicity and publicness. Both have helped them stay away from some of the obstacles that have tripped up Facebook.<p>But the second element, its public …

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Forget the breathless coverage of China Mobile offering the iPhone for a moment. Yes, it’s huge news for China’s biggest wireless carrier and Apple (AAPL) — and we’ve heard plenty to the point. But the real game changer for China is another mobile milestone that’s nearly as imminent: the rollout of …

This holiday season, iPhone price cuts abound. What gives?

Advertisement<p>5 Comments<p>Credit: Apple<p>There’s quite a steady flow of iPhone discounts this holiday season. Yesterday I posted about Walmart(s wmt). And …

15 Million Students Learned to Program This Week, Thanks to Hour of Code

Hour of Code, a five-day-old initiative to get kids to take programming tutorials during Computer Science Education Week, will soon reach 15 million …

Online Education

Valve's SteamOS is ready to download -- only Linux vets are encouraged to apply

Just as promised, Valve has made its first release of SteamOS available for downloads at the same time it ships out prototype Steam Machines to 300 beta testers. Based on the Debian 7.1 flavor of Linux, SteamOS is a platform purpose built for playing PC games on the TV. Cutting out the cruft of …

Netflix says Netherlands has the fastest broadband

The video-streaming company ranks the European country No. 1 when it comes to streaming speed, thanks to its Internet service providers.<p>Netflix has crowned the Netherlands as the country with the fastest video-streaming times, the company said in a blog post Monday.<p>After crunching its November …

Televisions

The New Armor That Lets You Sense Surveillance Cameras

Like a creepy digital tap on the shoulder<p>We pass under surveillance cameras every day, appearing on perhaps hundreds of minutes of film. We rarely notice them. London-based artist James Bridle would like to remind us.<p>Bridle has created a wearable device he calls the “surveillance spaulder.” …

Verizon quietly unleashes its LTE monster, tripling 4G capacity in major cities

Advertisement<p>41 Comments<p>Credit: Flickr / V&A Steamworks<p>We’ve already logged a few sightings of Verizon’s powerful new LTE network in New York and …

What The Heck Will Google Do With These Scary Military Robots?

Let’s see, we have a company that already knows everything about us, has possibly the world’s largest computer network, has recently built one of the biggest artificial-intelligence teams in the world–a company so powerful that it feels the need to soften its dominance with the informal motto, …

Canadian government investigates Google for 'anti-competitive acts'

Google may be in hot water with the Canadian Competition Bureau. The bureau announced it would be investigating the company in May, but more recent reports suggest it's not too happy with what the investigation has turned up.<p>Documents filed to the Federal Court of Canada describe Google as …

Artwork Incredibly Revealed When Viewed as a Negative

Malaysian artist Brian Lai takes photorealist drawing to a whole other level by creating sketches with inverted colors. Seeming like a film negative, each of Lai's illustrations are like abstract works of art until a filter is applied to invert the colors, allowing one to admire the photorealistic …

Digital Art

Rejected Names for the Original Xbox Revealed - IGN Video

A list of potential acronym-based names pitched for the original Xbox have been revealed for the first time.

7 Secrets We Learned About The 'LEGO Marvel's Avengers' Game

Gaming<p>Find out what the hottest game news, new game releases.<p>Gaming<p>Actors from the 'Harry Potter' films will also reprise their roles in the …

Nintendo: Layoffs not needed for profitability

Layoffs could help Nintendo boost short-term results, but would hurt overall company morale and are not needed to hit financial targets, according to Nintendo president Satoru Iwata.<p>"Regarding why we have not reduced the number of the personnel, it is true that our business has its ups and downs …

What Are The Least Essential Organs In The Human Body?

Asking for a friend.<p>There are two schools of thought when it comes to ranking organs in terms of their utility or lack thereof. According to one theory, the least essential parts are those that come in pairs. Giving up an eye or ear wouldn't be too bad, the thinking goes, so long as you keep the …

Your Burning Questions About The Roswell Incident, Answered

The Popular Science archive answers those nagging questions about the July 1947 UFO crash in the desert outside of Roswell, N.M.<p><i>Today's Google Doodle celebrates the UFO incident near Roswell, N.M., that happened 66 years ago yesterday. On June 24, 1997, the U.S. Air Force released a 231-page report</i> …

What is talent – and can science spot what we will be best at?

My interest in the science of talent has a personal backstory. By the age of three, I'd had 21 ear infections and after an operation to remove fluid …

$944K fine dished out in ongoing Nintendo DS piracy battle

Nintendo, Square Enix and a number of other Japanese companies won a long-standing legal battle against two distributors of R4 devices, Nintendo announced today in a report on its website.<p>Today, a Tokyo court ruled that two R4 sellers in Tokyo must pay a total of 95,625,000 yen ($944,966.25 USD) in …

SanDisk Extreme microSDXC is eager for Ultra HD phones

SanDisk has revealed its latest high-speed memory card, the SanDisk Extreme microSDXC, offering up to 64GB of mobile storage with transfer rates up …

Google logic: why Google does the things it does the way it does

<i>Michael Mace is co-founder of Zekira, and author of Map The Future, a book on how to create better business strategies. He was previously chief</i> …

Embracing the Shake: Why Limitations Drive Creativity

JWT North America CEO David Eastman returns from TED with stories of creativity that blossoms in spite (or because) of limitations.<p>I work in advertising.<p>For those of you still reading, I think I know a little about the conditions needed for creativity to flourish (and also those needed for it not …

Tumblr iOS app gets improved search and explore features for tags & blogs

Tumblr updated its iOS app today for iPhone and iPad with a few new features that will greatly improve the search experience within the apps. On top of being able to now search tags and blogs (something that many used third-party clients for), version 3.4 of the Tumblr app will also allow users to …

The Guy Who Designed Twitter's Logo Only Made About $3

He designed it for iStockPhoto, a subscription-based site that offers thousands of pictures for customers to use in designs and other projects.<p>When the Twitter founders were browsing the site in search of a company logo, their decision to use Oxley's bird earned him three or four dollars, but it …

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