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Facebook Passes 1 Billion Monthly Mobile Users

Facebook reported more than one billion mobile monthly users on Wednesday.

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FCC to revisit net neutrality next month after failing hard the first time

The Federal Communications Commission is expected to release a draft of its new net neutrality rules next month, opening them up for public comment after they're first voted on at a May 15th...

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Apple posts $10.2B in profit on $45.6B in revenue, announces stock split

As investors look to Apple for signs it can continue to grow, the company surprised today, posting a quarter that outdid its performance a year ago. Apple reported earnings of $10.2 billion, or...

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Amazon Prime users now have access to HBO shows for the first time

Amazon and HBO on Wednesday announced a first-of-its-kind deal that will make HBO content available to Amazon Prime subscribers. Several popular HBO shows and mini-series will be included in the de...

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Google offers 'time travel' through Street View

Google is claiming that by using its Street View service, you can at least get an idea of how a street or monument looked a few years ago.

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