A ruling against Google in Canada could affect free speech around the world

The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled that Google has to stop linking to a website impacting a Canadian company in both the country and the rest of the world.

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These are the coolest VR games at the world's biggest video game expo

Virtual reality might be stalled, but E3 2017 proved there's still plenty of life left for the medium.

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Google Earth’s new update will take you anywhere in the world

Google Earth’s new update will take you anywhere in the world

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Jeff Bezos describes one change some Amazon employees hated

Amazon is one of the world's most powerful companies, and to keep it that way CEO Jeff Bezos ensures employees make important decisions as fast as possible.

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Pogue's Basics: How to forward a text message

In a previous “Pogue’s Basics� tip, I let you know that you could report cellphone text-message spam by forwarding it to 7726.

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Inmarsat switches to Arianespace for satellite launch after SpaceX delays

British satellite company Inmarsat will switch to using Arianespace from rival SpaceX to launch a new satellite to provide broadband connectivity to air passengers, it said on Thursday. The S-band satellite had been scheduled to launch with technology billionaire Elon Musk's SpaceX but Inmarsat said setbacks to SpaceX's launch schedule prompted it to turn to Arianespace instead. Inmarsat said on Thursday that European-owned Arianespace will launch the S-band satellite in mid-2017.

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HP Inc forecasts adjusted profit largely below estimates

(Reuters) – HP Inc , the legacy printer and PC business of the former Hewlett-Packard Co, forecast a current-quarter adjusted profit largely below analysts' estimates amid waning demand for its printers. The company's shares were down nearly 2.2 percent after the bell. HP Inc said it expects an adjusted profit 35-38 cents per share for the first quarter. Analysts on average were expecting 38 cents per share, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. Revenue from the company's printer business fell nearly 8.2 percent in the fourth quarter, from a year earlier. …

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Almost half the world will be online by end of 2016; poorer countries will lag, report shows

By Nqobile Dludla JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – By the end of 2016, almost half of the world's population will be using the internet as mobile networks grow and prices fall, but their numbers will remain concentrated in the developed world, a United Nations agency said on Tuesday. Globally, 47 percent of the world's population is online, still far short of a U.N. target of 60 percent by 2020. Some 3.9 billion people, more than half the world's population, are not.

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Sprint, T-Mobile iPhone pre-orders boost Apple shares

(Reuters) – U.S. wireless carriers Sprint Corp and T-Mobile US Inc said on Tuesday they received strong pre-orders for Apple Inc's iPhone 7, sending shares of the world's most valuable listed company up 3 percent. Sprint said pre-orders were up nearly four times, compared to last year. Pre-orders also rose nearly four times at T-Mobile, compared with its next most popular iPhone.

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Nokia returns to mobile phones with brand-licensing deal

Nokia said on Wednesday it has signed an exclusive 10-year licensing deal with Finnish company HMD Global Oy to create Nokia-branded phones and tablets. Nokia said it will receive royalty payments from HMD for sales of Nokia-branded mobile products, covering both brand and intellectual property rights. Once the world's biggest maker of mobile phones, Nokia was wrongfooted by the rise of smartphones and eclipsed by Apple and Samsung .

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