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Obama’s Net Neutrality Plan Criticized, Is Reportedly Being Considered By FCC Obama’s Net Neutrality Plan Criticized, Is Reportedly Being Considered By FCC

Earlier this week, President Obama urged the FCC to reclassify Internet service under Title II of the Telecommunications Act. He said that ultimately, it’s their decision as they’re an independent agency, but added that four million people publicly commented, asking …

Walmart Is About to Start Price-Matching Amazon at All Its Locations Walmart Is About to Start Price-Matching Amazon at All Its Locations

One of the only things consistently cheaper than Walmart is Amazon, and in order to make sure people are buying their holiday doo-dads and knick-knacks in-store instead of online, Walmart is about to start matching Amazon’s prices. Everywhere. Reuters reports …

Cisco Earnings Released, CFO Out Cisco Earnings Released, CFO Out

Cisco just reported its Q1 earnings for the quarter ended October 25. In a return to growth, the company reported its strongest Q1 revenue ever at $12.2 billion, which is up 1% year-over-year. Earnings per share were $0.35 GAAP and …

Square Opens Up Pre-Orders On Chip Card Readers Square Opens Up Pre-Orders On Chip Card Readers

Square just unveiled its new Square Reader for chip cards, which is now available for pre-order. Don’t expect to get it for free though. It will cost you $29, though the company calls this the most affordable chip card reader …

Funny or Die Might Be Up for Sale Funny or Die Might Be Up for Sale

Could Funny or Die be up for sale? According to a report from Bloomberg, the online comedy site has “hired a financial adviser to evaluate options including a possible sale” In a memo to employees, CEO Dick Glover said that …

Google Fiber For Small Business Gets Early Access Program Google Fiber For Small Business Gets Early Access Program

Google announced the launch of an Early Access program for Google Fiber for Small Business in central Kansas City. It’s available immediately in a “handful of fiberhoods” in both Kansas City, KS and Kansas City, MO. Businesses in the area …

Microsoft Lync Is Becoming Skype For Business Microsoft Lync Is Becoming Skype For Business

Microsoft announced that the next version of Lync will actually be Skype for Business, which the company says brings together “the familiar experience and user love of Skype with the enterprise security, compliance, and control from Lync to create the …

Infographic: Dedication Pays Off Infographic: Dedication Pays Off

This post brought to you by National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation . The content and opinions expressed below are that of WebProNews. For many people, restaurants are simply places we go to get a bite to eat, and little mind …

Etsy Applauds Obama’s FCC Request On Open Internet Etsy Applauds Obama’s FCC Request On Open Internet

President Obama announced on Monday that he’s asking the FCC to reclassify the Internet under Title II of the Telecommunications Act, which would essentially render it a utility. “In plain English, I’m asking them to recognize that for most Americans, …

Mozilla Puts Greater Emphasis On Privacy In Firefox Mozilla Puts Greater Emphasis On Privacy In Firefox

Mozilla is celebrating ten years of Firefox with a handful of announcements. We told you about the launch of Firefox Developer Edition, which it had previously teased, but that’s only part of the celebration. The regular Firefox browser is getting …

Home Depot Hack Also Compromised 53 Million Email Addresses Home Depot Hack Also Compromised 53 Million Email Addresses

A large and lengthy data breach put some 56 million credit cards at risk, Home Depot revealed back in September. Now, the largest home improvement retailer in the world says that it also exposed nearly the same amount of customer …

Has Google Lived Up To Its ‘Don’t Be Evil’ Mantra? Has Google Lived Up To Its ‘Don’t Be Evil’ Mantra?

Google’s famous “Don’t be Evil” mantra has been questioned time and time again for many years, but it’s back in the spotlight thanks to comments made recently by co-founder and CEO Larry Page. Do you think Google has done a …

Microsoft Announces New Office Apps For Android, iOS Microsoft Announces New Office Apps For Android, iOS

Earlier this year, Microsoft finally launched its Microsoft Office apps for iPad. Expanding on the offering, the company has now announced the apps for Android tablets, updated iPad apps, and new Office iPhone apps. iPhone uses are getting new apps …

CBS Launches New 24-hour Online News Channel CBS Launches New 24-hour Online News Channel

CBS is taking another step into the streaming arena. Today, the network is launching a 24/7 streaming news channel. Broadcast on its website, as well as a handful of its apps and other streaming devices, the new online-only channel is …

AOL Earnings Released, Revenue Up 12% AOL Earnings Released, Revenue Up 12%

AOL just released its Q3 earnings report with total revenue growth of 12% year-over-year thanks to strong global advertising growth. This was the company’s seventh consecutive quarter of revenue growth. It grew its domestic multi-platform unique visitors by 14% from …

Here’s Eric Schmidt Talking About ‘How Google Works’ Here’s Eric Schmidt Talking About ‘How Google Works’

Google posted a video of Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt talking to Laszlo Bock, the company’s Senior Vice President of People Operations, at the re:Work conference to its Google Ventures site. The event was held at the Google Partner just over …

Netflix Reportedly Gearing Up for Australian Launch Netflix Reportedly Gearing Up for Australian Launch

It looks like Netflix is readying its push into the land down under. Australian news site Mumbrella is reporting that Netflix has tapped both a creative and a social media marketing agency to help the company’s move to the country. …

Lemony Snicket’s ‘A Series Of Unfortunate Events’ Is Becoming A Netflix Original Series Lemony Snicket’s ‘A Series Of Unfortunate Events’ Is Becoming A Netflix Original Series

Netflix is reportedly adapting Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events for an original series. In case you’re unfamiliar with the title, it’s a series of thirteen children’s novels written by Daniel Handler, who uses the pen name Lemony Snicket. …

Google Lets Publishers Sign Up For Consumer Survey Offering Google Lets Publishers Sign Up For Consumer Survey Offering

Back in 2012, Google launched Google Consumer Surveys, which a survey-based revenue share program for publishers. Now, Google is letting publishers self-sign-up to take advantage. Publishers can use the surveys in place or pay walls, so they can get something …

Yelp: 8 In 10 Americans To Shop Local For Holidays Yelp: 8 In 10 Americans To Shop Local For Holidays

Yelp commissioned Nielsen to field a consumer survey on where Americans intend to do their holiday shopping this season and what gets them shopping at local businesses. According to this, eight out of ten are likely to shop at local …

Microsoft, Dropbox Partner On Office Integration Microsoft, Dropbox Partner On Office Integration

Microsoft and Dropbox announced a strategic partnership, which will see Dropbox integration with Microsoft Office on phones, tablets, and the web. As the announcement notes, there are already over 35 billion Office files being hosted by Dropbox. Users will be …