Comcast announced Friday that it has canceled its deal to buy Time Warner Cable. Government regulators, who would have had to approve the merger, said it would have been harmful to consumers and competition.
On Wednesday, Google unveiled 'Project Fi,' its own cellphone service that rides on T-Mobile's and Sprint's networks. Project Fi costs $20 per month for voice and text, and $10 per month for each gigabyte of data used.
Twitter announced policy changes aimed at promoting safe discourse for users of the social network. The updates are the latest in efforts by social media companies, researchers, and others to end online abuse and harassment using innovation and technology.
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Holocaust survivor Robert Salomon (c.) is assisted as he walks at the former World War II concentration camp of Natzweiler-Struthof during ceremonies to mark the French National Deportation Day, in Natzweiler, eastern France, Sunday.
Jawbone introduced the Up4, a $200 fitness tracker that allows users to pay with their American Express credit card by tapping their wrists on a special terminal. The Up4 also tracks a user's heart rate, steps, and sleep patterns.
Analysis: Google is an ever-growing force in the world and has made its way into more aspects of our lives than many may realize. The Monitor dug through Google's hundreds of investments and acquisitions to paint a picture of where Google thinks six key industries are headed.
While the music industry still struggles with online piracy, new reports show that the combination of music downloads and streaming subscriptions have brought online purchases on par with physical sales for the first time.