The Verge

Diversity in Silicon Valley suffered a serious blow Wednesday when Apple shareholders rejected a diversity proposal aimed at the company’s leadership. For the second year in a row Apple shareholders rejected a proposal requiring the company...

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Samsung Note 7 Sentenced to Death

December 12, 2016 | 1 Comments

Samsung has passed final judgement on the arson prone Note 7. And the sentence is death. Although roughly 90 percent of the phones have been returned to the company plenty of people are still carrying...

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Racism Online: Facebook Profited From Racist Ads

November 16, 2016 | 4 Comments

Facebook has allowed advertisers to discriminate against people of color. As simple as that. The world’s largest social media site is also the greatest collector of personal information in the history of mankind. To profit...

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Cramming Costs Verizon and Sprint $158M

May 18, 2015 | 0 Comments

Verizon and Sprint are paying a dear price for the mystery charges to their customer’s phone bills. The two cell carriers will cough up a combined $158 million to settle investigations into the unauthorized charges...

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