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California Law Sets Up Fresh Legal Clash Over ‘Net Neutrality’

The Justice Department's lawsuit to block a California law aimed at ensuring all online data to be treated equally sets up a legal clash over so-called "net neutrality" and the authority to regulate the internet.

SpaceX Rocket Sends Up Canadian Satellite

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launched a Telstar 18 Vantage communications satellite into orbit Monday before returning for a successful drone-ship landing in the Atlantic Ocean.

Tesla Shares Tumble After Musk Interview in NYTimes

Tesla shares took a pounding Friday amid fresh fears about the future of the electric carmaker after a wide-ranging interview with chief executive Elon Musk in which he revealed his struggles with exhaustion and a lengthy but unsuccessful effort to find a number two executive.

Tesla Shares Tumble After Musk Interview Sparks Fresh Fears

Tesla shares took a pounding Friday amid fresh fears about the future of the electric carmaker after a wide-ranging interview with chief executive Elon Musk in which he revealed his struggles with exhaustion and a lengthy but unsuccessful effort to find a number two executive.

US, Britain Warn of Russian Hackers and Compromised Routing Hardware

 Russian government-sponsored hackers are compromising the key hardware of government and business computer networks in like routers and firewalls, giving them virtual control of data flows, the US and Britain warned Monday.

Los Angeles City Council Approves $4.9 Billion People Mover

The Los Angeles City Council Wednesday approved a $4.9 billion contract for the design and construction of an Automated People Mover system at Los Angeles International Airport that will carry passengers among terminals and connect with nearby rail lines.

SpaceX CEO Musk To Present Plans For Mars Colony

SpaceX chief Elon Musk is set Tuesday to unveil his ambitious plan to build a human colony on Mars, an endeavor that experts say requires tens of billions of dollars.  

Apple Unveils iPhone 7, 7 Plus With Wireless Headphones

Apple on Wednesday unveiled two upgraded versions of its iconic iPhone, in a move aimed at capturing more consumers in an increasingly saturated global smartphone market.  

ITT Tech Announces Abrupt Closure After Financial Aid Ruling

ITT Technical Institutes announced today that it is ceasing operations following a ruling by the U.S Department barring it from accepting new students who receive federal financial aid.  

Apple Rumored To Debut New iPhone Model September 7

Apple on Monday sent out invitations to a "special event" on September 7 in San Francisco, where it is expected to unveil a new iPhone model. In the company's usual enigmatic style, it provided little more that the date, time and place to the invitation-only gathering set for the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium near San Francisco City Hall.

Facebook Sidesteps Ad-Blocking On Desktop Computers

Facebook on Tuesday began letting marketing messages slip past ad-blocking software on desktop computers.  

UN Asked To Investigate North Korean Missile Tests

The United States, Japan and 10 other countries have requested a UN investigation of North Korea's ballistic missile tests in a move that could lead to targeted sanctions, according to a joint letter obtained by AFP on Wednesday.

Apple iPhone 7 Rumor Roundup – Release Date, Camera, Storage And More

Verizon Completes $4.8 Billion Purchase Of Yahoo

Yahoo sealed a deal Monday to sell its core business to telecom giant Verizon for $4.8 billion, ending a two-decade run as an independent company for the internet pioneer. The agreement announced by the two companies after months of negotiations comes following a years-long decline for the iconic firm that introduced many people around the world to the internet.  

Metro Launches First Bike-Share Program in DTLA

Metro officials kicked-off the agency's bike-share program today with nearly 300 bicyclists -- including Mayor Eric Garcetti -- riding out of Grand Park to several bike stations sprinkled throughout downtown Los Angeles.

Juno Spacecraft Orbiting Distant Jupiter on 1.7-Billion-Mile, 5-Year Odyssey

The JPL-managed Juno spacecraft is on its first full day orbiting Jupiter today after completing a 1.7-billion-mile odyssey lasting almost five years on a mission scientists hope will give them insight into the makeup of the planet and the origins of the solar system.
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