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Trump Reportedly Picks Fierce Net Neutrality Opponent to Head FCC

Two year old federal net neutrality rules, which prevent Internet service providers from blocking or slowing websites and online services, could be an early casualty of the new Trump administration. 502 more words


Oracle Issues 'Massive' Security Update

Oracle’s latest security update is a doozy, listing fixes to some 270 vulnerabilities in key software products for businesses including its flagship database.

The security advisory, called a critical patch update, was issued Thursday. 359 more words


Which Airports Have Fastest And Slowest Phone Download Speeds

Travelers trying to use the new Netflix download feature to grab a few episodes of “Stranger Things” on their phones before boarding a long flight will have a much easier time at Detroit’s airport than in New York or Los Angeles. 472 more words


How Living Abroad Prepares You for Leadership

The Fortune 500 Insiders Network is an online community where top executives from the Fortune 500 share ideas and offer leadership advice with Fortune’s global audience. 642 more words


Microsoft Making Late Entry In E-Books To Take On Amazon

Nearly 10 years after Amazon introduced its Kindle e-book business, Microsoft has decided finally the time is right for a Windows competitor.

The next update to Windows 10, known as the Creators Update and expected in April, includes a new e-book section in Microsoft’s digital media store, which already sells movies, TV shows, games and music. 415 more words


Salesforce Is Opening an Innovation Hub Near Amazon and Microsoft

It’s probably safe to call greater Seattle area the hub of the cloud computing universe right now. After all, it’s home to public cloud behemoth Amazon Web Services as well as to runner up Microsoft. 288 more words


Why AT&T, Oracle, and Qualcomm Could Be Set Free Under Trump

It was two months after the presidential election—days before the inauguration—and legal briefs were flying back and forth debating if a major tech company had broken the law. 720 more words