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A lobbying group representing Amazon, Facebook, Google, Netflix, Twitter and other heavy hitters will join a lawsuit arguing against the FCC's move to undo Title II net neutrality protections. In a statement, its CEO said: "IA intends to act as an intervenor in judicial action against this order and, along with our member companies, will continue our push to restore strong, enforceable net neutrality protections through a legislative solution."
The original 13.3-inch Spin debuted in 2016 as a relatively inexpensive laptop that turned into a slightly unwieldy tablet, and this refreshed version doesn't stray far from Samsung's original formula.
In a blog post on Friday night, Twitter didn't mention Donald Trump by name, but it responded to people calling for the suspension of his account. The company has decided that "we review Tweets by leaders within the political context that defines them, and enforce our rules accordingly."
Instead of rushing to deliver the fastest chips possible, the next race for Intel, AMD and ARM is to come up with new architecture that will bust Spectre for good.
But wait, there's more...
- NBC will stream the Golden Globes live this weekend
- 'PUBG' is quietly changing video games with its 3D replay technology
- CES 2018: What to expect
- Pixel 2's 'Portrait Mode' unofficially makes it to non-Google phones
- Bad Password: Don't pirate or we'll mess with your Nest, warns East Coast ISP
- CBS All Access is now available on Amazon video
- F-35 may see combat in 2018
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