A new browser-based game lets you smack down Richard Spencer, Milo Yiannopolous and Adolf Hitler.
The new Republican-led FCC will take no action against companies the previous administration said violated net neutrality rules.
Zero-rating lets internet and wireless providers exempt certain apps from counting towards your data. And the new GOP-controlled FCC says free is fine. The post The FCC OKs Streaming for Free—But Net Neutrality Will Pay appeared first on WIRED.
After failing to secure another round of funding and shutting down my startup, Katch, I’ve been thinking about candor. While failure isn’t a unique story in our industry, talking about it is. Of course, I don’t advocate dwelling on one’s failures as a key to success, but paradoxically I found the quickest path to moving forward from my startup’s demise was to… Read More
Update 4.50 will have the power to potentially speed up a few of those older games.
The fatal levels will keep officials from stabilizing the area as we approach the 6th anniversary of the nuclear plant’s disaster.