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Sprint's old throttling policy, originally intended to fight network congestion, disappears without any significant impact expected.
The company was ordered to reimburse a single driver $4,152, but the decision could completely blow up Uber's business model.
The USA Freedom Act was earlier passed by the House of Representatives.
The bundling of apps with Android is one of the practices that the European Commission is examining in its new investigation
In six months, new card regulations could usher in greater acceptance of Apple Pay and its competitors.
The ruling from an appeals court could lead to claims from millions of British users
The suit claims Apple misled consumers about how much space iOS 8 takes up.
Paul talked Snapchat, privacy, and net neutrality during his tech-centric interview, that was definitely not part of a pre-election ramp up (wink wink).
The eight members of Congress say measures taken so far to screen drivers do not take advantage of all the available tools
Some privacy advocates, however, say the draft bill limits privacy enforcement actions by the Federal Trade Commission.
The FCC voted in favor of net neutrality on Thursday, but what does it all mean?
The new FCC rules will also apply to mobile as well, Chairman Tom Wheeler said. They will almost certainly be challenged by large telcos and broadband ISPs, however.
In the second half of 2014, requests were up 40 percent for user information, and 84 percent for content removal.
The new Panic button will let riders quickly summon the police if they're in distress.
Invoking Title II authority was the FCC's nuclear option in the war for net neutrality, and it just exploded.
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