The 7 Must-Watch Telenovelas of All Time

Telenovelas are a global hit because of their heart-stopping, tear-jerking, inspiring, all-in-one storylines that people across generations relate to.
Jack Dorsey

Two Roads Diverge: Should Twitter Change Everything or Return to its Roots?

Twitter reported its quarterly earnings on Wednesday, and yet again, the overall picture it painted was predictably grim.
Net Neutrality rally re FCC public comment period, New York, Sept 15 2014

Data Limits & Data Freebees: New Creeping Threats to Net Neutrality?

Earlier this year, the Federal Communications Commission voted in favor of stronger rules to keep Internet service providers from favoring some data traffic on the Internet over others. The February FCC decision was hailed as a victory by Net Neutrality advocates, or those who believe that the only free Internet is one where "all data is treated equally" by the companies that transmit it.
Moto X 2014 Hero shot, Best of 2014 smartphones

Hands On With the Moto X (2014): The Perfect Phone to Start an Unlocked Future

Why the Moto X (2014) is going to become my first commitment to buy an unlocked phone. And why you should consider it, too.
Michael Scurato National Hispanic Media Coalition Policy Director

Op-Ed: Historic FCC Open Internet Vote A Boon For Latino Entrepreneurs, Content Creators, Consumers

In a February 24th opinion piece, Jose Marquez, the President and CEO of Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology Association (LISTA), opined that Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Tom Wheeler's proposed Open Internet rules that would prevent blocking, throttling, and paid fast lanes online would, inexplicably, harm Latinos. The FCC is set to vote on these rules on February 26th.
Jose Marquez

Antiquated 20th Century Rules Will Hinder Latino Growth in 21st Century High Tech Sector

Recently, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler announced his plan to use antiquated, 20th Century telephone rules to help protect Internet openness in the 21st Century.
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler

Why The FCC's Redefinition of Broadband Is Huge

On Thursday, January 29, 2015, the Federal Communications Commission voted three to two to change the official definition of "broadband Internet." It's more than just semantics -- it's huge.
The Real Problem with Star Wars Episode 7's New Lightsaber Design

The Real Problem with Star Wars Episode 7's New Lightsaber Design

The strange lightsaber design in the new teaser trailer for Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens has awoken the Internet's ire, along with endless memes making fun of it. But most critics don't get the real reason it doesn't make sense. Here's why.

Apple iPhone 6 Hands-On Review: Why I'm Getting Rid of my iPhone 6 and Leaving Apple After Four Years

Well, my iPhone 6 is less than a month old, and I already hate it.

Apple iPhone 6 Hands-on Review: In Defense of the iPhone 6

I think the iPhone 6 is worth hanging on to, despite its quirks.

Free Office Apps for iOS: Microsoft Should Have Done This a Long Time Ago — Opinion

Microsoft's recent release of free, functioning versions of its Office apps for iOS is justifiably huge news -- especially because these smartphone apps aren't really a big deal.

The FCC's New Net Neutrality Rules Will Be the Opposite of Net Neutrality - Opinion

The Federal Communications Commission will propose new Open Internet rules supposedly meant to protect consumers and internet businesses later this month. They will do nothing of the kind, giving big broadband companies exactly the kind of anti-net neutrality power they've wanted for years, at a time when the concept of net neutrality desperately needs enforcement.
Colbert Report with Michelle Obama

Opinion: Colbert Replacing Letterman on Late Show - Mixed Feelings and Worries of a Fan

After David Letterman announced his retirement from the "Late Show," there was an ever-so-brief period before Stephen Colbert was officially announced as Letterman's successor.
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