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Air Travel To Fit Your Budget

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If you own a smartphone, chances are it’s powered by chips designed by a company called Qualcomm. For years, the company has dominated the market for microchips for mobile devices. Its Snapdragon chip system can be found in the most popular Android phones, its wireless modems are found in roughly half of all iPhone 7 …

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airtravel

Travelling by air is so exciting. Some people might say it’s also super relaxing too. Up there there’s nothing to do but enjoy the in-flight entertainment, read a book or zone out. Choose your airline wisely and you can also make the most of the free bar and the (hopefully) delicious food on offer too. …

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In 1899, the world’s most powerful nations signed a treaty at The Hague that banned military use of aircraft, fearing the emerging technology’s destructive power. Five years later the moratorium was allowed to expire, and before long aircraft were helping to enable the slaughter of World War I. “Some technologies are so powerful as to …

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The tech bubble that 2016 threatened didn’t burst, prompting observers to heave a sigh of relief. But it turns out, there was a bubble, it was just growing slightly out of sight, in private start-up funding. Now, the public market is showing just where it exists. Exemplifying this trend are two of the once hottest …

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You’ll find millions of apps in the Google Play store, many of them written using the powerful, stable, workhorse programming language Java. If it were a car, Java would feature a fast, reliable engine but not antilock brakes, power steering, or cup holders. Totally drivable. Not exactly a joy ride. In May Google gave Android …

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Back in ye olde days of the information superhighway, curious newbies had an easy way to see how websites worked: View Source. If they clicked that option in the browser, presto! It would display the HTML and bits of Javascript that created the page. Cut and paste that code into their own domain and they …

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You’re probably used to pop-ups on websites begging you to sign-up for an email newsletter, enter a contest, or watch an ad. But tomorrow the web will be plastered in a different sort of pop-up as some the tech’s biggest companies fight to maintain a free and open internet. Last May, the Federal Communications Commission …

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Officially, the online search giant Google’s mission is to “organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.” According to two new reports—one from The Wall Street Journal and one from the nonprofit, nonpartisan Campaign for Accountability’s Google Transparency Project, the company doesn’t just organize. When Google wishes it had information that’d maybe …

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Maybe you’ve noticed that today is a day of online protest. Or maybe you haven’t. Whether you realize that today marks a Day of Action in support of net neutrality depends entirely on what websites you visit—and how the companies behind those websites feel about the issue. Organized by a coalition of pro-net neutrality non-profits, …

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Wednesday marks a day of protest across the web, with tech giants like Amazon, Facebook, Reddit, and scores more demonstrating their support for net neutrality. Rightly so. Net neutrality is the defining issue of the internet today, the difference between a free and open online experience and one where corporations dictate what you can see, …

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