Trump's new Chairman of the FCC and the implications for net neutrality. Oscar nominations announced, a first for Amazon. Vine is dead, but you can still watch them. Google I/O and speculation about possible announcements. Dropcam's co-founder jumps ship and is headed to Apple. Elon Musk has a possible new venture. Samsung and LG report earnings. What phone does Trump use at night and how secure is it?
- Jeff's Number: How Many Ads -- including for fake news -- Google killed in 2016
- Stacy's Thing: Eve Light Switch
- Matthew's Pick: 60DB
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- Ajit Pai - FCC Chairman
- Why Is The Media Smearing New FCC Chair Ajit Pai As The Enemy Of Net Neutrality?
- FCC Vote Means Internet Providers Need Permission To Share Your Data
- Google I/O 2017 dates announced: May 17-19, in Mountain View (again)
- Dropcam’s Greg Duffy Joins Apple
- Adobe announces family of Creative Cloud Android apps optimized for Chrome OS
- Acer and ASUS debut new education-focused, USB-C & Play Store wielding Chromebooks
- Former Google executive Hugo Barra is stepping down from his position at Xiaomi
- Elon Musk says he is serious about tunneling under Los Angeles
- EFF's 100-Day Plan
- National Parks Service 'goes rogue' in response to Trump Twitter ban
- Hawaiians call Mark Zuckerberg 'the face of neocolonialism' over land lawsuits
- Staceys Thing: Eve Light Switch
- Which Android phone does Donald Trump use?
- How many ads -- including for fake news -- Google killed in 2016
- This Startup Wants to Bring Netflix-Style Radio to Amazon Alexa