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Startups Rally for Net Neutrality as Democrats Gear Up for Vote

Visitors of sites like Reddit, Etsy, Tumblr, Tinder and Match.com were greeted by a bright red splash page Wednesday that implored them to take action and contact their lawmakers to speak out for net neutrality. This latest day of action coincided with a renewed push by congressional Democrats to reinstate the FCC’s Open Internet Rules. On Wednesday, Senate Democrats filed […]

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Roku Posts Earnings Beat as Ads, Services Surpass Hardware Revenue

Meet the new Roku: The company best known for its streaming devices made more money with ads and licensing fees than with hardware sales for the first time in its corporate history this past quarter. Roku generated $61.5 million with the sale of streaming pucks and sticks during the first quarter of this year, and $75.1 million with advertising and […]

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Lauren Dolgen Named Head of BuzzFeed Studios

Lauren Dolgen, the veteran MTV producer who had a strong hand in that network’s “Teen Mom” and “16 and Pregnant” franchises, will join Buzzfeed as head of its BuzzFeed Studios, and will oversee the company’s slate of original content. Dolgen, who recently was head of West Coast development for the Viceland cable network, will supervise original productions for TV, video-on-demand, […]

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Nintendo Unveils Adjustable Charging Stand for Nintendo Switch

The Nintendo Switch is getting an official, adjustable charging stand from Nintendo, the company announced Wednesday night. The stand will cost $20 and goes on sale on July 13. The design makes it easier to play with the Nintendo Switch in tabletop mode easier, and charging while playing in that mode possible. The Switch’s charging port is located on the […]

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Incredible moment man moves prosethic hand with his mind

An awe-inspiring new video shows a man flexing his bionic prosthetic arm using just his mind. The engines inside the futuristic gizmo can be heard whirring away as the patient first shakes his doctor’s hand. He then grips a plastic bottle using his robo-fingers complete with flexible joints for lifelike movements. And for his last trick, he balls the hand […]

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What to expect at Google’s developer conference as it starts today

After months of anticipation, Google ’s annual I/O developer conference will start today in Mountain View, California. Every year, the firm makes big announcements at the conference, and this year is expected to be no different. From artificial intelligence to Google Assistant, we expect to hear updates on a number of Google products and services. Here’s what we can anticipate […]

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Uber hopes to have flying taxis by 2020

Uber bosses are to hold crucial talks with transport and safety officials within days as they work to launch their flying taxis within just two years. The global transport firm will mount a charm offensive with the US government at its crucial ‘Elevate’ summit being held in Los Angeles. Uber has headhunted top NASA experts over the last 12 months […]

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Activision Blizzard Not Worried About ‘Fortnite’ Competition

Activision Blizzard addressed the impact “Fortnite” and other battle royale games are having on the industry during a recent investor call. It admitted “Fortnite’s” phenomenal success is giving it some stiff competition right now. “Gaming is constantly evolving and innovating, which often expands the marketplace, and the success of ‘Fortnite’ is no exception,” said CEO Bobby Kotick. “This game is […]

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