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Generation #DigitalDisruptor

Nov 5, 2011
Over the past 30 years, digital technologies have up-ended all corners of business and industry, making some obsolete and inventing new ones all together. Here's the view from those of us who grew up digital.
Posted In: Internet, digital, innovation

A relic of science education goes offline

Mar 5, 2015
The NEWTON Ask A Scientist website answered student questions for almost 25 years.
Posted In: Science, Internet, Education, STEM
Google announced plans to delve deeper into the mobile network business.

Google's wireless gamble

Mar 2, 2015
The Internet giant is a new entrant in an already crowded marketplace.
Posted In: Google, mobile, wireless, Internet
Cars are becoming more susceptible to hacking as newer technology is added.

Auto security? What security?

Feb 9, 2015
New report says connected autos cars are even more vulnerable to online breaches.
Posted In: wireless, cars, Internet
Protesters rally in support of "net neutrality" outside Federal Communications Commission in Washington, D.C.

The what-ifs of net neutrality

Feb 3, 2015
What may change if FCC starts treating Internet service providers like utilities.
Posted In: fcc, net neutrality, Internet
Protesters rally in support of "net neutrality" outside Federal Communications Commission in Washington, D.C.

Net neutrality: Whole lot of drama in those two words

Jan 27, 2015
Here's what the term means and why Americans are lobbying the FCC to keep the policy in place.
Posted In: big business, Internet, net neutrality, fcc
Lancôme executives experiment with Cardboard, a virtual reality headset from Google, during a BrandLab workshop in New York.

Google's BrandLab wants to save businesses (and Google)

Jan 23, 2015
Google builds relationships as it teaches companies how to improve online presence.
Posted In: Google, businesses, Internet
Steve Case, left, then chairman of AOL, and  Gerald Levin, then chairman of Time Warner. announce the merger of their companies on Jan. 10, 2000.

Time Warner and AOL: The marriage that never took

Jan 9, 2015
Companies' merger was once hailed as the leading edge of a new age, the Internet.
Posted In: Time Warner Cable, aol, mergers, Internet

Cuba to expand its internet access

Dec 19, 2014
Lizzie O'Leary speaks with Nancy Scola who covers Tech Policy for The Washington Post.
Posted In: cuba, Internet
 Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Tom Wheeler speaks during a news conference.

Obama calls for net neutrality

Nov 10, 2014
The decision is up to the FCC, but the president makes his position clear
Posted In: net neutrality, fcc, Internet, ISPs

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