Features by Queena Kim

Is the FCC neutering Net Neutrality?

The Federal Communication Commission is expected to introduce new rules today that will allow broadband providers to charge companies for faster internet service.
Posted In: net neutrality

Amazon Prime scoops up some of HBO's hottest titles

It’s the first time HBO has made its shows available to an online-only subscription streaming service.
Posted In: HBO, Amazon Prime

Is there another tech bubble on the verge of bursting?

One famed activist investor says there is a tech bubble and he's betting against it.
Posted In: Google, Silicon Valley, activist investing

Netflix to raise prices for new members

The streaming video announces a price hike coming off a better-than-expected earnings report.
Posted In: netflix, streaming video, subscription fees

Home Depot turns to the Internet for growth

Home Depot as an online retailer.
Posted In: Home Depot, online

The dream office of the future: No email!

Some forward-thinking companies are re-imagining how workers use technology.
Posted In: office, cubicles

Finding a battery that will power the future

Batteries are hard to develop because they live in the world of material science.
Posted In: batteries, tesla, Elon Musk
CEO of, Jack Ma

What's left of Yahoo without Alibaba

Yahoo's stake in the Chinese IPO hopeful Alibaba is worth about $33 billion, but their own market cap right now stands at $33.8 billion.
Steve Jobs Delivers Keynote Speech At Macworld Conference & Expo

Tech firms challenged over hiring practices

Employees of some of the biggest tech firms accuse them of interfering with prospects.
Posted In: Google, apple, technology

Why the 'Internet of Things' is still fragile

Even the most high-tech companies rely on humans when everything fails.


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