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DOJ identifies lower frequency spectrum as key to wireless competition

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The Department of Justice has provided the FCC with new recommendations for governing spectrum auctions, and with a heavy emphasis on leveling the playing field, the findings are likely to draw the ire of AT&T and Verizon. In its briefing, the DOJ made its case that the nation's two...
DOJ identifies lower frequency spectrum as key to wireless competition

Facebook Home now available for almost any Android device

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New Despite an early leak on Monday, once again the internet lit-up with chatter about the release of Facebook Home in the Google Play store. All good and well if you find yourself in the right place with the right phone, but what about everyone else? Unsurprisingly, the digital door...
Facebook Home now available for almost any Android device

Awesome Stuff: Ferrofluid

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New Last week you got to see four projects, so hopefully you banked that extra one, because this week we're going with just two. However, they're both projects involving ferrofluid that are perhaps competing with each other. I could only find two live ferrofluid live projects, and that made it easy...
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Forget data transparency: options grow for letting you hide your data

gigaom.com
There’s no doubt it’s a data driven world. But increasing concerns about companies’ collection and uses of personal internet user data have given rise to a few solutions. One is a personal data locker where users would be able to store their own information and grant companies limited access, rather...
Forget data transparency: options grow for letting you hide your data
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Through The Looking Glass: Hiring Sales People

techcrunch.com
Editor’s note: Ben Horowitz is co-founder and partner of Andreessen Horowitz. He was co-founder and CEO of Opsware (formerly Loudcloud), which was acquired by HP, and ran several product divisions at Netscape. He serves on the board of companies such as Capriza, Foursquare, Jawbone, Lytro, Magnet, NationBuilder, Okta, Rap Genius, SnapLogic and...
Through The Looking Glass: Hiring Sales People

Computer Security Legend Mudge Leaves DARPA for Google Job

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Peter Zatko, the computer hacking expert better known by the handle Mudge, says he’s leaving his job as a program manager at DARPA to join Google. He announced the change overnight on Twitter. Mudge joined DARPA, the research arm of the US Department of Defense in 2010 and was a...
Computer Security Legend Mudge Leaves DARPA for Google Job
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