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Elon Musk knows what’s ailing NASA—costly contracting

"As soon as you donrsquo;t have any competition, the sense of urgency goes away."

Pressure mounting for US government to examine Amazon-Whole Foods accord

On campaign trail, Donald Trump said Amazon had “a huge antitrust problem.”

Amazon-made meal kits could come to your doorstep soon

Amazon Fresh may box up ingredients for a meal so you don't have to.

70 mph and 5.3 seconds of magnetic levitation: Hyperloop One hits...

The next test will target speeds of 250 miles per hour.

If FCC gets its way, we’ll lose a lot more than...

Beyond no-blocking rules, Title II plays big role in overall consumer protection.

Ars Technica supports net neutrality

Get the word out. Net neutrality is at a crossroads. Resistance is not futile.

Cable TV companies can charge higher prices thanks to new court...

Court upholds FCC decision that said cable TV faces competition nationwide.

IDG Contributor Network: Is open source good for business?

From the launch of the Free Software Movement in 1983, to the growing popularity of Java today, open source software is fast becoming a serious threat to proprietary software everywhere.

By its very essence, open source fuels enterprising organizations, because unlike cookie-cutter solutions available from proprietary systems, it enables greater innovation and differentiation, helping companies stand apart and encouraging healthy competition at a lower cost.Low cost and differentiation Itrsquo;s no wonder that many of todayrsquo;s business and government organizations rely on open source software, such as Linux, as a low-cost alternative that can be customized to suit particular needs pretty quickly.
In fact, itrsquo;s estimated that more than half of software acquired over the next several years will be open source.

And wersquo;re not only talking about operating systems and productivity tools, but also about smart software application tools like machine learning.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

Intel Core i9-7900X review: The fastest chip in the world, but...

When eight-core Ryzen costs £300, do any of these new Intel chips make sense?

Google must stop demoting competitors in search results, EU rules

Google smacked with €2.4B fine by European Commission for abusing search monopoly.

KSN Report: Ransomware in 2016-2017

In early 2017, Kaspersky Labrsquo;s researchers have discovered an emerging and dangerous trend: more and more cybercriminals are turning their attention from attacks against private users to targeted ransomware attacks against businesses.

Ascertus Limited Earns HotDocs Global Partner of the Year Award for...

London, U.K., 26 June 2017 – Ascertus Limited, a provider of document and information lifecycle management solutions to law firms and corporate legal departments, has been awarded the title of Global Partner of the Year for 2016 by HotDocs, the document automation software specialist, at the recently held HotDocs User Group on 14-15 June 2017.

Facing stiff competition from over 60 HotDocs partners across the globe, Ascertus has won this honour based on its longstanding... Source: RealWire