The BMW i8 vs. The Jaguar F-Type: Which Has a Better Handle On the Future?

Over the 4th of July my Jaguar had a run in with the NVIDIA i8 and it got me thinking about both of these amazing cars.

EU’s anti-trust case against Google is all about money

Doesn’t the EU have anything better to do than try and get a cut of Google’s money?

Another take on Google’s evil search manipulation

TGDaily's Rob Enderle had some thoughts about how to deal with Google's 'evil' search manipulations, I respectfully disagree.

Given Google’s Evil: What If Search Was a Government Service or A Regulated Utility?

This week Yelp produced a study showcasing just how aggressively Google was messing with their search engine.

Tomorrow will be a wee bit longer

On June 30th the folks that know about these things are going to add an extra second to the day.

Wheeler: Title II not slowing down broadband buildout

Turns out that the net neutrality rules haven’t slowed down anyone.

OPM's Archuleta insists only 4.2 million records hacked, FBI says more like 18 million

Director of the Office of Personnel Management, Katherine Archuleta sticks with 4.2 million hacked accounts, FBI begs to differ

Oracle Cloud Backstory: Is Ellison an Asset or a Liability?

Oracle, on paper, has made an amazing pivot to the cloud and appears to have a credible offering.

Amazon tweaks product review ratings

Amazon is gradually changing the way people see product review ratings.

FCC to fine AT&T $100 million for throttling…again

AT&T is once again facing fines for throttling their ‘unlimited’ data plan customers.

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