The FCC acknowledged that the merger "has the potential to cause some competitive and other public interest harms in several local markets, as well as to value-conscious consumers."
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What might be the most impressive fact about Facebook's "Look Back" videos is that engineers only had a month to build a project that could scale and account for more than a billion users.
Autodesk Instant provides yet another medium for collaboration among colleagues on mobile devices with a focus on project-based collaboration.
The freebie option will stay put at 15GB of complimentary cloud storage space.
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Amazon raises its Prime subscription fee by $20 a year to cover fuel, transportation and video content costs.
NetApp cuts employees for the second time in a year as it deals with the storage shift to cloud computing and tighter IT budgets for hardware.
Jeff Clarke, who has been a C-level exec at CA, HP, and Compaq, will aim to make Kodak a global B2B technology player.
Google has confirmed it has purchased the assets of Green Throttle, lending speculation that the tech giant is planning to launch its own set-top box.
After being granted bankruptcy protection in Japan and the U.S., a judge has ordered the Bitcoin exchange's assets frozen.