Archives: April 2014

Two-timing Netflix will speed the downfall -- and rebirth -- of a free Internet

April 30, 2014
Netflix's deals with Comcast and Verizon are terrible in the short run, but bring us closer to Net neutrality's moment of truth
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Unpopular opinion: The FCC hasn't killed Net neutrality

April 28, 2014
For now, at least -- in fact, it may have made the best move possible, considering the circumstances
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Working for the weekend? Not if you want to keep your job

April 11, 2014
TGIF, everyone! But don't dare turn off your smartphone or company email if you know what's good for you
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Let's remember the real victims of Heartbleed: Cyber thieves

April 10, 2014
With the exposure of the SSL weakness, hackers are now forced to dip even further into their bag of tricks
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The sane person's guide to the Windows XP apocalypse

April 07, 2014
Put down the hand grenade, and step away from the keyboard -- the end of Windows XP doesn't have to be a disaster
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Canonical and Secret: The dot-com bubble springs two slow leaks

April 03, 2014
As with the first dot-com bubble, gossip goeth before the fall. The Ubuntu cloud failure doesn't help either
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New tune or golden oldie? Microsoft cues up the cloud chorus

April 01, 2014
Microsoft can beat the drum all it wants for cloud and services, but people still want to hear its greatest hits: Office and XP
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