Several internet personalities have signed an open letter to two subcommittees asking members to tell Ajit Pai to halt a vote which could see net neutrality vanish in the United States.
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The dating network, OkCupid, has just made a significant change to the way users of the service receive new messages from potential dates. The new change helps filter out unwanted messages.
Google's premium Home Max speaker is now available for sale in countries around the world starting from $399. Aside from the Google Store, customers can find the device in third-party shops too.
Google has now made parallel downloading available to all users running Chrome 64 Beta for Android via the Chrome flags menu. The feature should speed up the download of large files.
The team behind ProtonMail has released ProtonMail Bridge for Windows and macOS with plans for a Linux release in spring 2018. It allows you to access ProtonMail through a desktop mail client.
SoftMaker, a Germany software developer, has released the SoftMaker Office 2018 for Linux beta to the public in order to gather feedback and fix any lingering bugs ahead of its official release.
IBM has announced its new Power Systems Servers with the new POWER9 processor. The hardware has been specially designed in order to more efficiently handle artificial intelligence processing tasks.
Google has launched a lite version of its search app dubbed Google Go. The app is now available as a preview in India and Indonesia and is targeted at those getting online for the very first time.
The Boring Company has released a map of the planned Boring tunnel routes throughout greater Los Angeles. The map is not yet finalised and is broken up into phase one and phase two.
BBC has announced that Blue Planet II will be available in 4K and HDR on some TV devices via iPlayer after the show wraps up on Sunday. The show is voiced by naturalist David Attenborough.
Citing a need to fight against a US-imposed financial blockade, Venezuela's president has declared that the country will launch its own cryptocurrency backed by the country's natural resources.
Amazon has expanded its warehouse storage in the UK by four million square feet. The move makes it number one in the country in terms of warehouse expansions, with Lidl coming in second place.
The Chinese President, Xi Jinping, has expressed his desire for the internet in the country to open up and that it won't move to an intranet network. The country plans to push its cyber sovereignty.
Amazon has been granted a patent for a self-destructing drone. If implemented, Amazon drones would break up in a manner that the components fall into the safest areas below in an emergency.
The Winklevoss twins are believed to be among a small group of bitcoin billionaires, following the massive growth the digital asset has seen over the last year. The pair have held bitcoins since 2015.