One-Third of Top Websites Restrict Customers’ Right to Sue
Buried in the dense legalese of terms-of-service rules is language restricting users’ recourse if things go wrong, an Upshot analysis finds.
This Google Motherboard Means Trouble for Intel | WIRED
It's not just that people are buying iPads and Android phones built with low-power ARM processors instead of PCs and phones and tablets powered by Intel chips--the main reason for the Chandler plant was put on hold. It's that the big online companies, including Google and Facebook and Amazon, are no…
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As we start using more and more Internet-connected gadgets that rely on voice input, the need for smart speech recognition and natural language processing..
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Majority Of Digital Media Consumption Now Takes Place In Mobile…
U.S. users are now spending the majority of their time consuming digital media within mobile applications, according to a new study released by comScore this..
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Considering the most recent leaks involving the Charms Bar, desktop improvements and the like, it's becoming plain that some of what Windows 8 emphasized will..
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The Next Big Thing You Missed: A Startup’s Plan to End Health Insurance Tyranny, With Slick Tools | Business | WIRED
Insurance companies are notoriously unloved. But few of us hold so very much contempt for the industry as Ali Diab.
- Tech's Fiercest Rivalry: Uber vs. Lyft - WSJ http://buff.ly/1yt25my
The fiercest rivalry in tech: Uber vs. Lyft
Heavily financed Uber and Lyft aim to supplant the taxi industry—and each other.
The Internet Explained By People Who Know Nothing About Coding
How much do people really know about the inner workings of the internet they love so much? Turns out… not a whole lot. Want to learn more than these people? Watch Alexis Ohanian, the co-foun...
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