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A Week on E-Commerce Times, Plus Recent Archives

  • Amazon, Walmart Gear Up for Summer E-Commerce Throwdown
  • Clinton Issues Clarion Call to Boost Tech in the US
  • Amazon Pushes Dash Buttons as Customers Give Them the Gong
  • Microsoft Makes It Easier to Say No to Windows 10
  • Volkswagen Aims to Clear the Air With $15B US Settlement
  • Senate Falls Short on Expansion of FBI Surveillance Authority
  • Verizon's Mission of Self-Destruction


  • Webpass Buy Lets Google Fiber Extend Its Tentacles
  • Tesla Shares Tank on SolarCity Merger Proposal
  • C-SPAN Resorts to Social Media to Cover Gun Control Sit-In
  • Instagram Blows Past Competition to 500M Mark
  • Microsoft Sees Fertile Ground in Cannabis Compliance
  • Apple Won't Put Its Money Where Trump's Mouth Is
  • How Private Is iOS 10?
  • Amazon's Bold Indian Strategy
  • Redefining the Vendor-Customer Relationship in the IoT
  • WatchOS 3 Offers New Hope for Smartwatch Category
  • Feds Seek to Cut Software Costs and Expand Licenses
  • Rubin Sees AI Quantum Computer Running the Show
  • FCC Wins Huge Net Neutrality Victory Over Big Telecom
  • Microsoft Expands Xbox Gaming Territory
  • Snapchat Rolls Out Ad-Friendlier Design
  • Microsoft and LinkedIn Go All In
  • Can Huawei Overtake Apple and Samsung?
  • The Tricky Business of Crafting Solid Cloud SLAs
  • Yahoo to Have Giant Patent Garage Sale
  • Apple to Boost App Store Money-Making Opportunities
  • Uber Tosses Its Drivers a Few Bones
  • Supreme Court Snubs Google's AdWords Appeal
  • Yahoo Publishes NSLs Following Freedom Act Reforms
  • Facebook AI Digs Deep Into User Content
  • Uber Scores Historic $3.5B Saudi Investment
  • Rights Advocates Blast EU and Tech Firms' Hate Speech Code
  • Microsoft, Xiaomi Become Office Mates
  • Report: Smartphone Ad Blockers Picking Up Steam
  • Federal IT Living in the Floppy Age, Reports GAO
  • Microsoft's Intolerable Windows 10 Aggression
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    What's your reaction to Hillary Clinton's proposed broadband for all by 2020?
    It's wonderful -- it will close the digital divide.
    It's a worthy goal, but it can't be done by 2020.
    It's pie in the sky -- it would be way too costly.
    It won't happen -- she's just trying to curry tech industry favor.
    I pay for my broadband -- why should I foot the bill for others?
    I don't care one way or the other.