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As Thailand Restricts Internet Freedom, Cyber Activists Work To Keep An Open Web

ssoosay/flickr, CC BY-SA Janjira Sombatpoonsiri, Thammasat University On June 9 2017, a Thai man was sentenced to 35 years

Why Air Travel Still Sucks

What if I told you we haven’t seen a genuine innovation to commercial flight in over 60 years? The Boeing 707 of the 1950s

How In The World Does Venmo Make Money?

The feature that sets Venmo apart is the social feed, which brings transparency to a class of transactions that used to be entirely private.

All My Friends Are Having Babies, So I Did A Newborn Photoshoot With A Twist

I may not be able to relate to my Facebook feed anymore, but maybe that’s not so bad. We all have our different paths and

Trademarks Show Amazon Has Sights On Meal-Kits, 'Single Cow Burgers' And Other Fast Food Options

By Ingrid Lunden Amazon has made no secret of its ambitions to expand into more fresh food services, from its own, homegrown

What Apple Thought The iPhone Might Look Like In 1995

As we now know, the real products of the future were far better than even Apple’s wildest dreams just 22 years ago.

Can Your Adopted Pet Expose You To Fraud?

Pet ownership has definite upsides. You get companionship and exercise and the satisfaction of doing a good deed. Plus, people

Has Social Media Been Weaponized?

We ignore the quality and tone of these conversations at the risk that it becomes the new normal.

Here's How To Find Out Which Apps Are Killing Your Battery Life

There's no one app that's a known battery killer: It varies from one person to the next depending on your habits.

Ashton Kutcher Illustrates Perfectly Why There’s Gender Bias In Tech

The actor-investor posted a tone-deaf list of questions about women and investing. The first one: What are the rules for flirting at work, exactly?

Is Artificial Intelligence A (Job) Killer?

Marko Robnik-Šikonja, University of Ljubljana There’s no shortage of dire warnings about the dangers of artificial intelligence

Are Robots Taking Over The World's Finance Jobs?

Nafis Alam, Sunway University and Graham Kendall, University of Nottingham The year is 2030. You’re in a business school

Here's What New York City's Boroughs Should Look Like If They Were Redrawn Today

What happens when we abandon the century-old five borough partitioning of New York City and remap the city to reflect the realities of 2017?

EU Regulators Issue Record Fine Against Google For Anti-Competitive Practices

The action came after a seven-year long investigation prompted by scores of complaints from rivals.

Facebook Reportedly In Talks To Produce Original TV-Quality Shows

The social networking giant has indicated that it was willing to commit to production budgets as high as $3 million per episode.

REPORT: Under Pressure, Western Tech Firms Share Cyber Secrets With Russia

Western technology companies, including Cisco, IBM and SAP, are acceding to Moscow's demands for access to closely guarded product security secrets.

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