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The U.K. and France Are Thumbing Their Noses at the U.S. Over Net Neutrality Repeal - ‘the U.K. and France said Friday: “... we wish to restate our commitment and support for the principle of net neutrality, which promotes a free and open internet.”’
Apple has a change of heart and approves an app that finds net neutrality violations
Apple Is Blocking an App That Detects Net Neutrality Violations From the App Store: Apple told a university professor his app "has no direct benefits to the user."
Apple and Samsung are both under investigation by the Italian government over planned obsolescence - Italy’s antitrust organization wants to know if the two companies are intentionally slowing down their phones
EFF to Court: Linking Is Not Copyright Infringement -- Playboy Entertainment's lawsuit accusing acclaimed website Boing Boing of copyright infringement—for doing nothing more than reporting on a historical collection of Playboy centerfolds—is groundless and should be thrown out
Newly developed LEDs are ultra-thin and energy efficient
Nissan to start selling rooftop solar panels and batteries.
Rural Broadband-Boosting Bills Would Enshrine Towns' Rights to Build Their Own Internet - If they can get traction, it will make small gains towards closing the digital divide.
AI Is Continuing Its Assault on Radiologists - A new model can detect abnormalities in x-rays better than radiologists—in some parts of the body, anyway.
Apple wants to shrink your photos, but a new format from Google and Mozilla could go even farther
Fed Up With Drug Companies, Hospitals Decide to Start Their Own
Watch the Tesla Semi Prototype Quietly Glide Down the Street - “The Tesla Semi all-electric truck is coming, but you probably won’t hear it.”
This tiny robot moves so fast it’s just a blur on camera
Amazon Prime cost jumps nearly 20 percent for monthly subscription
Buying headphones in 2018 is going to be a fragmented mess
The line between TVs and monitors is blurring
The Rocket That Will Take Elon’s Car to Mars Is About to Test Its Engines - The static fire is one of the last major tests before the maiden flight of the Falcon Heavy, the most powerful rocket since the Apollo era.
New study shows GM and Waymo lead driverless car race for Level 5 autonomy, Tesla places dead last, Daimler's Intelligent Drive is "among the most capable currently available", and Audi has taken the lead in advanced driver assistance technology thus far
Could AI One Day Detect the Flu…Before You Even Feel Sick? New research into the subtle facial signs of illness could one day help train artificial intelligence systems to scan for infections
Team of researchers creates processing chip for ultra-small smart vision systems
YouTube singer Chrissy Chambers wins revenge porn case
The Senate Just Voted to Expand the Warrantless Surveillance of US Citizens
If you unintentionally order counterfeit merchandise on Amazon, you could lose your Trusted Traveler program status, even if you don't receive the item.
Cox Go From Patent Suit to Partnership: “Sprint and Cox have settled their differences and announced a multi-year deal that will give Sprint access to Cox broadband infrastructure”
Amazon won't say if it hands your Echo data to the government - The retail, cloud, and device giant stands as the least transparent of transparent tech companies.
'Alt-right' escalates war against Silicon Valley, pledges to expose bias against conservatives
Amazon narrows the field of candidates for its $5B second headquarters to 20 cities across North America
Spotify accidentally showed ads to paying subscribers when testing new ways to promote originals
Congress demanded NSA spying reform. Instead they let you down
Longi achieves record conversion rate of 20.41% for PERC modules
Senate presses tech firms on anti-extremism efforts
"Son of Blackbird": Boeing Reveals Hypersonic Concept That Could Replace SR-71
Tesla just became the most popular carmaker in Norway – where 32% of all cars are electric
‘This Chatroom Only Opens When Your Phone’s About to Die’
EFF to Supreme Court: Protect the Privacy of Cross-Border Data
FCC chairman admits cell phone data is not the same as broadband Internet.
NASA is testing tiny nuclear reactors that can sustain life on Mars
Are we ready for open processors?
Could the extreme amount of energy needed to perform Bitcoin transactions destroy its future value?
YouTube removing videos of people eating Tide Pods