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Why I still hate Amazon Prime Day with a passion

Hooray, it's Amazon's Prime Day! Again! More deals than ever before are promised from the online retailer, and the world can't wait. Except behind all this, Prime Day has a more insidious purpose, and people are in danger of forgetting it.
Computing

Google’s new Fiber plans are a perfect (and cheap) fit for enterprise

Google Fiber's slow rollout continues apace as the company introduces a new selection of plans specifically aimed at business customers in Nashville, Provo, Austin, and Charlotte, North Carolina.
Web

Ashley Madison seeks to emerge from troubles with a major rebrand

Adultery just got a rebrand. Avid Life Media (which owns and operates Ashley Madison) has announced its reemergence as Ruby Corp., and is further "repositioning its Ashley Madison flagship brand."
Web

See where all of your passwords are being used with Shard

At this point, we should all know that it's not a good idea to use the same password across multiple sites and service, and now a new tool called Shard helps simplify that process.
Movies & TV

Tired of automatic renewals? Here’s how to end your Amazon Prime subscription

It's easy to cancel your Amazon Prime membership, and possibly get a partial or full refund on the cost, depending on how much you've used it. Check out our quick-hit guide for doing so.
Computing

Max Schrems warns Privacy Shield deal between U.S. and Europe will fail

Austrian lawyer and privacy advocate Max Schrems says the new U.S.-EU data transfer deal Privacy Shield will fail before the courts just like Safe Harbor and businesses will refuse to sign up to it.
Mobile

‘Pokemon Go’ malware already exists and it could be on your phone

Well, that didn't take long. 'Pokemon Go' malware has already been spotted out in the wild, and may have infected your phone if you downloaded the game from a third-party source. Here's how to make sure you don't have it on your phone.
Mobile

Verizon just reached a ‘key milestone’ on the road to 5G

It still seems like 5G is a long way off, but Verizon has reached a new milestone towards its goal of rolling 5G out first -- it has finalized its specifications for the 5G radio. 5G will deliver speeds of 'multiple gigabits' per second.
Social Media

PostGhost deleted tweet archive gets cease-and-desist request, gives up the ghost

Deleted tweet archive PostGhost announced it received an email from Twitter and decided to shut down in order to comply with Twitter's request. PostGhost posted deleted tweets from people with large numbers of followers.
Web

List prices be damned: Amazon reportedly showing only one price for products

Amazon is reportedly moving away from having list prices shown next to its discounted prices and, instead, is just showing one price. Amazon did not comment on the matter, though odds are it wants to avoid lawsuits.
Mobile

European telecom companies deliver ‘5G Manifesto’ to recommend against net neutrality regulation

A new debate over net neutrality is set to overtake Europe as telecom companies prepare to start rolling out 5G mobile technology by 2020. More than 20 companies formed a manifesto to fight regulation,
Business

‘If you want to sue us, sue us,’ says Jack Ma about probes into Alibaba

Jack Ma has a message for his naysayers, and it's coming through loud and clear -- "Lawsuits don't scare me." The Chinese billionaire behind internet giant Alibaba is no stranger to legal action