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The service will first be available in Manhattan, with other cities coming soon
The groups are objecting to Internet.org's "walled garden" of services offered without data charges
Experts (not cats) are working to avoid the looming crunch.
The company will let consumers click to buy right from search results, the Wall Street Journal says.
Send a pizza emoji to the Domino's Twitter account, get a pizza. But why?
The company promises faster news on its mobile apps with Instant Articles
Google removes a link from its search results about 40 percent of the time.
Looking for pizza delivery? Now you can start your order with Google.
An advocacy group has figured out a way to study the security state without dependence on leakers. But does it unnecessarily put intelligence workers at risk?
The state legislature overruled a veto on the legislation by the governor
It's becoming more important than ever to express yourself online, but only Microsoft's Windows 10 lets you express a full range of emotions with the middle finger emoji.
Internet.org was criticized by net neutrality advocates for backing just a few services
Although Yahoo has once again agreed to serve Microsoft Bing ads and search results, the deal is non-exclusive.
The publication is expected to trigger lawsuits from broadband providers