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Global launch seems to lack the excitement usually attached to the company's product rollouts.
Service switches between Wi-Fi and cellular networks to curb data use and keep bills low.
Reports say that the company could rejoin the handset market in 2016.
The market is forecasted to grow exponentially through 2020.
The group that licenses domain names to registries is seeking out whether or not a particular registry is practicing predatory pricing.
Multiple pieces of research detail how Asia's markets are primed for the explosion of the internet of things as well as investments in cyber security.
The city will employ data-based tools to help improve traffic.
A report looks at how cities in the U.S. are incorporating big data and other technology into their infrastructures.
Predictive analytics has the potential to shape the next generation of agricultural practices.
Research shows that photovoltaic technology installation prices dropped significantly in the U.S. over 2014.
The social network has revamped its harassment policy to block threats.
A report shows that China might be operating an extensive attack tool aimed at foreign web services.
Tens of thousands of users of the social networking site allege violation of European privacy laws.
Sites comply with court order to stop sharing images of a prosecutor being held at gunpoint.
The F.C.C.'s rulings have been published with the Federal Register, so groups are now allowed to file lawsuits against the agency.
The e-retailer has sued four websites to stop them from selling fake, positive product reviews.
Users saw errors and safety warnings over the weekend after Google forgot a key update.
The F.C.C. has officially submitted its net neutrality rules to the Federal Register.