Reddit, Netflix, Mozilla and thousands of others are taking part in a public outcry over US cable companies’ attempted power-grab
In a world where Internet access is fundamental to enterprise and invention, to bias traffic is to effectively end innovation.
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Flappy bird returns, Google Glass to host Foursquare and 911 texting.
Twitter may join the e-commerce market, Frank Gehry to design Berlin's tallest building, Saks wants to mess up their outlet stores, and more.
What could happen if the Internet were in the hands of service providers who choose what sites will load.
Companies logging foot traffic via smartphone, augmented reality in the workplace, social media redesigns, and more.
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Grassroots pressure helped pave the way for the creation of new, non-commercial stations on American airwaves.