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Earlier this week, the National Press Club alleged that security guards ‘manhandled’ a journalist after attempting to ask FCC commissioners a question following a press conference. Now,...

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Immigration policies, government services modernization and integration with cutting edge Silicon Valley initiatives like machine learning are on the docket for next month’s...

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Google is currently in the midst of its I/O developers conference, and to kick off the event, CEO Sundar Pichai made a number of exciting announcements at the event’s day one keynote yesterday. While...

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Last Friday here in Europe, we saw over 50,000 companies and over 100 countries hit by the WannaCry ransomware attack. In Germany, digital display boards at Deutsche Bahn train stations were inoperable....

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Foxconn recently submitted a massive $ 27 billion bid for Japanese memory manufacturer Toshiba, but sources are saying the company may have to reject this offer due to opposition from both the U.S. and...

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If YouTube comments stink, and they do, then YouTube live stream chats are positively radioactive in their toxicity. You can pick the most innocent of topics, like say kittens napping in a...

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That’s not even really the point, if we listen to Google’s VP of virtual and augmented reality. Google’s developer conference this year did a lot to temper expectations around its work...

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Their hope: Generate enough backlash that Republicans cave. Rep. Frank Pallone is like many Democrats in the U.S. Congress: He’s itching for a fight over net neutrality. To the New Jersey...

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Officials from the U.S. and the European Union have reportedly decided against a ban on travelers carrying devices like Apple iPads and MacBooks in the cabin while on flights from...

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We’re currently in the final phase of AI development, in which we’ve advanced past teaching computers to follow rules and evaluating the best solutions to problems. With a clearly defined goal and...