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Net neutrality: What’s next after the FCC’s landmark vote? – Los Angeles Times

In approving strong net neutrality regulations, the Federal Communications Commission fulfilled a decade long desire by public interest advocates, technology firms and Democrats to tighten government oversight of the Internet to prevent abuses by broadband service providers. But the agency’s closely watched decision on Thursday didn’t end the debate. Not even close. The partisan divide […]

Hyperloop Test Track Being Built – RTT News

Hyperloop Transportation Technologies, a start-up that has adopted Elon Musk’s ambitious project of high-speed transportation system, plans to build a Hyperloop test track in California and completed as early as 2016. Hyperloop Test Technologies, a crowd-funded company, plans to take Musk’s dream project one more step forward by building a full-scale model on five miles […]

Elon Musk’s Hyperloop takes root in California – Christian Science Monitor

Quay Valley, Calif., is already an experiment. Located halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles, the town is being built to run entirely on solar panels and to represent a more eco-friendly “new ruralism.” Now it’s set to try something else new – the first prototype of Elon Musk’s Hyperloop. Hyperloop Transportation Technologies announced it […]

Elon Musk’s Hyperloop takes root in California – Christian Science Monitor

Quay Valley, Calif., is already an experiment. Located halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles, the town is being built to run entirely on solar panels and to represent a more eco-friendly “new ruralism.” Now it’s set to try something else new – the first prototype of Elon Musk’s Hyperloop. Hyperloop Transportation Technologies announced it […]

Net neutrality: What’s next after the FCC’s landmark vote? – Los Angeles Times

In approving strong net neutrality regulations, the Federal Communications Commission fulfilled a decade long desire by public interest advocates, technology firms and Democrats to tighten government oversight of the Internet to prevent abuses by broadband service providers. But the agency’s closely watched decision on Thursday didn’t end the debate. Not even close. The partisan divide […]

Porn Lovers Win: Blogger Ban on Adult Content Reversed – PC Magazine

Sony Launching 8-Week Spring Fever PSN Sale Next Week During the sale, PS Plus members will get 10 percent off “hot new digital-only games” during the wee… More » Porn Lovers Win: Blogger Ban on Adult Content Reversed – PC Magazine

Make Your Sites Responsive For Better Search Ranking, Says Google – News Every day

(Photo : REUTERS/Dado Ruvic) Google is changing algorithm that will give higher ranking priority to websites that are mobile friendly, the search giant announced today. Google is changing algorithm that will give higher ranking priority to websites that are mobile friendly, the search giant announced today. The changes will come into effect on […]

Elon Musk’s Hyperloop takes root in California – Christian Science Monitor

Quay Valley, Calif., is already an experiment. Located halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles, the town is being built to run entirely on solar panels and to represent a more eco-friendly “new ruralism.” Now it’s set to try something else new – the first prototype of Elon Musk’s Hyperloop. Hyperloop Transportation Technologies announced it […]

Net neutrality could hinder efforts to safeguard Web, worry security experts – Christian Science Monitor

Some security experts worry Thursday’s net neutrality ruling could limit broadband providers when it comes to rooting out malicious Internet traffic.  In a decision welcomed by consumer advocates, tech companies, and digital rights groups, the Federal Communications Commission voted by a 3-2 margin to begin classifying broadband as a utility.  In essence, the ruling classifies Internet service […]

Net neutrality: What’s next after the FCC’s landmark vote? – Los Angeles Times

In approving strong net neutrality regulations, the Federal Communications Commission fulfilled a decade long desire by public interest advocates, technology firms and Democrats to tighten government oversight of the Internet to prevent abuses by broadband service providers. But the agency’s closely watched decision on Thursday didn’t end the debate. Not even close. The partisan divide […]

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