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The streaming media service may be getting improved speeds from Comcast now that it's paying for direct access to the ISP's network, but Reed Hastings doesn't sound too thrilled with the arrangement.
Graffiti artists are spray-painting DNS addresses on Turkish walls, as citizens do everything they can to duck the Turkish government's attempted censorship of Twitter.
The encrypted messaging app is selling its security tools to other companies to make money—and to make your information safer.
Every person’s first tweet was boring. That reminder might encourage new users to explore Twitter’s potential.
Bitcoin-QT, rebranded as Bitcoin Core, has more than six fixes for the so-called transaction malleability problem
No promises, of course, but these Web resources can help you narrow down your NCAA tourney picks.
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Facebook cites third-party services for users seeking end-to-end encryption
The search giant and the media titan totally get along now.
As competition between ride-sharing apps heats up, Lyft's latest experiment lowers prices when demand is down.
The messaging app released an app update and a statement on Monday to appease concerned users.
The TED collaboration is Facebook’s first outside partnership for Paper and could lead to more.
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