Twitter Operating Chief Anthony Noto ResignsTwitter’s chief operating officer is leaving the social media giant to lead another company.
Amid Customer Complaints Uber Forced To Share Data On Drunk DriversA San Francisco judge has ruled Uber must turn over data on how many times customers have complained about an impaired driver.
Netflix Adds A Record 8 Million Subscribers In 4th QuarterNetflix said Monday it added more than 8 million net subscribers in the fourth quarter of 2017, marking the strongest quarterly subscription gains in its history.
Amazon Opens "Go" Store With No Cashiers Or Checkout LinesAmazon employees have been testing it, but is the public ready for a cashier-less store?
Beset By Traffic Via Navigation Apps, Town Restricts AccessThe New Jersey town of Leonia started barring the use of side streets to non-residents during the morning and evening commutes Monday. Violators could face a $200 fine.
Facebook Admits Social Media Can 'Corrode Democracy'The world's largest social network is admitting there may be an unintended consequence to social networks: the undermining of democracy.
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Twitter Operating Chief Anthony Noto ResignsTwitter’s chief operating officer is leaving the social media giant to lead another company.
Amid Customer Complaints Uber Forced To Share Data On Drunk DriversA San Francisco judge has ruled Uber must turn over data on how many times customers have complained about an impaired driver.
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Netflix Adds A Record 8 Million Subscribers In 4th QuarterNetflix said Monday it added more than 8 million net subscribers in the fourth quarter of 2017, marking the strongest quarterly subscription gains in its history.
Amazon Opens "Go" Store With No Cashiers Or Checkout LinesAmazon employees have been testing it, but is the public ready for a cashier-less store?
Beset By Traffic Via Navigation Apps, Town Restricts AccessThe New Jersey town of Leonia started barring the use of side streets to non-residents during the morning and evening commutes Monday. Violators could face a $200 fine.
Facebook Admits Social Media Can 'Corrode Democracy'The world's largest social network is admitting there may be an unintended consequence to social networks: the undermining of democracy.

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