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Walmart comes to New York in the most Amazon-like way.
The update closely follows revised offerings from competitors Apple and Amazon.
Nintendo promises "significant amount" of consoles through end of the year.
Lawsuit: Walmart let teen steal weapons, pass security before killing driver.
You say Dad already has a $50 smartphone-controlled drone? No problem: Here are 11 more tech toys you won't find at your local Walmart.
Fines equal around 8 hours of profit, that'll teach them Target, the shopping behemoth for people who are too classy to go to Walmart, has today reached a settlement with 47 states and the District of Columbia over the 2013 hacking incident that saw 70 million customers lose their personal information.…
Pressure for a huge acquisition—think Netflix or Tesla—may grow.
NES Classic is no more, but luckily cheap hobbyist boards are great for little projects.
After scandals and lawsuits, hobbling company is said to have $150 million left.
The service is based on the Linux Foundation’s Hyperledger Fabric.
AMD's Radeon memory business has slowed down, with fewer products available in the U.S. and no new product releases since the introduction of the Polaris GPUs last year.Products are not being sold by key partners like Newegg, Best Buy, or TigerDirec...
Now that Trump has taken office and is adorning his cabinet with fellow millionaires and billionaires, net neutrality is on the chopping block.

The principle that all internet traffic should be treated equally is all but dead. With net neutrality, Amazon, for example, can’t cut a deal with Time Warner to make its website come up faster than Walmart’s.

For all the talk of being for the common man, this administration won’t stand in the way of big businesses making deals. The internet was built on the very idea of net neutrality.
It has a history going back more than a century in “common carrier” laws, when Standard Oil was fined for creating a deal with a railroad (also a common carrier) in which it got a “rebate” whenever a competitor shipped oil on the line.

These kinds of deals create vertical monopolies to the disadvantage of consumers, escalating prices.

They also stifle innovation as they price access to the market out of the reach of startups and inventors.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here