iPad vs Chromebook battle plays out in Amish country


The battle over the $13-billion market for educational technology has spread to Ohio’s Amish country, where many students live without electricity, television or phones. Continue reading


Net neutrality rules ensure equal access to the Internet


The Federal Communications Commission voted 3-2 in support of net neutrality, approving new rules to protect equal access to the Internet. Continue reading

Germany's Best eSports Teams Gather At Intel Friday Night Games

How computers learned to beat Atari video games


Could you beat a machine at a video game? With a new system created by artificial intelligence researchers, it just became less likely. Continue reading


Is music streaming hurting songwriters?


Artists say they are underpaid for the use of their songs, but streaming companies like Spotify claim to amplify the reach of new music. Continue reading


Burlington is first U.S. city to hit 100 percent renewable energy


Vermont’s largest city just became the first in the U.S. to use 100 percent renewable energy, in a move that they say could serve as a model for the rest of the country. Continue reading

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