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Verizon Gives Customers More Say Over Channels
Verizon is giving its customers more control over the channels they pay for as the cacophony of cord cutting reshapes cable TV.
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Study: Men Donate More to Attractive Female Fundraisers
Men feel most generous online when donating to attractive women — especially if other men have already given them money.
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L.A. Schools Want Refund For Failed iPad Program
The Los Angeles Unified School District wants a refund on millions of dollars spent on an iPad-curriculum project that has been plagued with problems.
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EU Raises Stakes in Google Battle With Antitrust Charges
The EU is announcing an antitrust move against Google. Details on the charges, with CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin.
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Net Neutrality Rules Published, Now Come the Lawsuits
AT&T Inc. and three cable and wireless trade groups have filed separate lawsuits challenging the FCC's new regulations governing web traffic.
Facebook Remains Top Social Network for Teens: Pew
A study of teenagers' online habits shows that while just about all teens go online daily, what they do and what apps they use vary widely.
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New Way to Stream Music but Song Remains the Same
Tidal, the new music streaming service backed by Jay-Z and other stars, is the latest attempt by the music industry to maintain control over the internet.
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Attention Binge Watchers: This Is Your Dream Job
Attention couch potatoes: This is your dream job.
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For More Poor Americans, Smartphones Are Lifelines
Smartphone dependency is up sharply nationwide, particularly among lower-income households and those with fewer years of education.
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Library of Congress Isn't Too Tech-Savvy: GAO Report
The largest library in the world has an IT problem.
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Amazon Sends Plumbers, Cleaners and Goats With a Click
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Google's Pony Express to Allow Bill Pay Via Email: Re/Code
Google's mission to organize the world's information is now targeting your physical mailbox.
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Taylor Swift Among Those Buying Up .Porn Suffixes
The singer Taylor Swift, Microsoft Corp. and Harvard University are among those buying up .porn and .adult Web suffixes as a pre-emptive move.
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ISIS 'Hit List' Fuels Social Media Worries
Online threats by ISIS sympathizers against U.S. service members has led the Defense Department to urge caution on social media.
Encrypted Data: Simple Idea, Complex Math
Protecting your data may require complex math, but the process is surprisingly simple.
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Internet Providers Sue FCC Over Net Neutrality Rules
The court filings by US Telecom and Alamo Broadband mark the first of several anticipated legal challenges to the new FCC rules.
French Crackdown on Terror Sites Isn't Going Too Well
Ministry officials conceded Monday that the first try at scrubbing away hundreds of sites that defend terrorism may not work perfectly.
How Satellite Internet Could Weather Future Disasters
The founder of the OneWeb satellite venture wants to give the Internet a global boost — and also boost the response to disasters such as Cyclone Pam.
Colorful $4M Drug Haul Was Set to Be Sold Online
Police have conducted what they say could be Germany's biggest-ever drug bust.
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The Hostage Tape as ISIS Propaganda
Few recruiting techniques are more brutal than ISIS' graphic beheading videos, but while shocking, using hostage tapes as propaganda is nothing new.
Tide Turns For Bullied Toddler
Internet rallies to show support for toddler attacked by cyberbullies. WCBD's Travis Rice reports.
And the Secret to a Strong Password Is...
A strong password can take many shapes and sizes, but one of the best way to thwart a hacker is to make your password long. Illustrated by Rob Donnelly.
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Twitter Reviewing Alleged ISIS Threat to Co-Founder
Twitter said it was working with law enforcement to investigate whether purported ISIS-related threats against co-founder Jack Dorsey were real.
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Google Buys .App Web Domain for $25 Million
The Internet's naming system is expanding beyond the traditional domains like .com and .org -- and this week Google paid $25 million for ".app" in an auction.
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