Senator's letter urges Comcast to play nice

Senator Patrick Leahy has sent a stern letter to Comcast urging the company to promise not to abandon net neutrality after September 2018.

Chinese government launches cyber-attack on iCloud users

According to Greatfire.org the Chinese government has launched a man-in-the-middle attack designed to intercept user’s iCloud account usernames and passwords.

Electric Car Wars: Improving the Tesla “D”

Tesla is a fascinating car company largely because it isn’t run like a car company.

CBS jumps on cord-cutting trend: Are old episodes of MacGyver enough?

Yesterday CBS announced that they will be offering an online subscription service similar to HBO’s cord-cutting announcement earlier this week.

HBO cutting the cord

Today HBO announced that the network is going to offer an online only streaming service next year.

Do we really want Google to be the Internet police?

It seems like any time anyone has an issue with something on the Internet they expect Google to fix it – and fix it fast.

Celebrities that are suing Google are idiots!

A bevy of brain-dead celebrities who had their iCloud accounts hacked are suing Google for $100 million.

Self-censorship on the Internet

In the U.S. we pride ourselves on freedom of speech and freedom of the press but at the same time we indulge in our own forms of censorship, much of it self-imposed.

Can security companies control the IoT world?

There is another category of player in the IoT environment that is beginning to emerge as a possible coordinator of multiple smart devices - home security providers.

NVIDIA Launches New GPU and Proves We DID Land On the Moon

Maxwell in NVIDIA’s new impressively powerful GPU, they used a desktop graphics card to prove that the moon landing photo that many believed was taken in a studio, and not on the moon, wasn’t a hoax.

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