Google becomes the most valuable publicly traded company. Reddit users win design award at Hyperloop competition. A new study from Harvard's Berkman Center for Internet and Society says that the encryption policies from big companies like Apple and Google are not as much of a hindrance to catching terrorists/criminals as some would have us believe. The economic policies of Uber and Lyft. Microsoft's cloud meets the ocean, and the bizarre future of droneboarding.
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- Google overtakes Apple as the world's biggest company
- Exclusive: US Mobile Is the First Legit Xiaomi, Meizu Carrier in U.S.
- Microsoft Plumbs Ocean’s Depths to Test Underwater Data Center
- New Technologies Give Government Ample Means to Track Suspects, Study Finds
- Samsung Galaxy S7 day is Feb. 21 in Barcelona
- Samsung's Gear 360 VR camera to make its debut alongside the Galaxy S7
- Elon Musk on the Hyperloop: “I’m starting to think this is really going to happen.”
- The sport of the future has arrived: Droneboarding
- Dutch police have trained anti-drone eagles