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China raises market rates to fend off financial risks, growth cools
BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's central bank on Thursday nudged up money market rates as authorities sought to defuse financial risks without imperiling the economy, a balancing act that it has managed successfully so far this year as activity ...
Yellen Isn't Buying Trump's Tax Cut Talk of an Economic Miracle  Bloomberg
Fed hikes its key interest rate again and boosts next year's economic ...  Los Angeles Times
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Ajit Pai Nears His Biggest Win With Net Neutrality Repeal
WASHINGTON - Small tech companies, consumer groups and many celebrities have been up in arms for weeks about a proposal at the Federal Communications Commission to dismantle landmark rules that guarantee an open internet.
The FCC is about to create an 'internet for the elite'  CNN
Net neutrality: The internet holds its breath  BBC News
What Is Litecoin, and Why Is It Beating Bitcoin This Year?
With digital currency Bitcoin taking the spotlight in 2017, it's hard to remember the other cryptocurrencies that have been growing in its shadow.
The risky business of bitcoin: High-profile cryptocurrency catastrophes of 2017  ZDNet
3 reasons to doubt bitcoin, ethereum, litecoin and other cryptocurrencies  CBS News
T-Mobile to launch online TV service in 2018
T-Mobile plans to carry over its Uncarrier attitude to a new online TV service it will offer next year. (AP Photo / Mark Lennihan).
T-Mobile Acquires Layer3 TV, Plans To Roll Out Pay-TV Bundle In 2018  Deadline
How T-Mobile Plans to Replace Your Cable TV Provider  Fortune
Ex-Rutgers student pleads to cyberattacks, creating IoT botnet that brought ...
A former Rutgers University computer-science student has pleaded guilty to launching cyberattacks that laid siege to Rutgers' computer network and remotely enslaved millions of Internet of Things (IoT) devices throughout the United States.
Men plead guilty to creating 'botnet' used to crash the web  Washington Post
Former Rutgers student pleads guilty in cyber attacks  NorthJersey.com
L train riders: Here's are your options for alternative transit during the 15 ...
The MTA released its plans Wednesday for how it will handle the L train's upcoming 15-month shutdown. The train line closure is part of a construction project to repair damage to the Canarsie Tunnel caused during Superstorm Sandy.
Here's another reason why the L train shutdown will suck  New York Post
L train shutdown to close portion of 14th Street to cars during rush hour: MTA  New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV
Patreon was this close to ruining the artist crowdfunding platform because of ...
Internet strangers and supporters pay $1,080 a month to Stuart Schuffman, better known as his online persona Broke-Ass Stuart, to write things like "8 Ways to Get High for Hannukah.
Patreon to World: 'We Messed Up'  Gizmodo
Patreon scraps new service fee and apologizes to users  The Verge
Target buys same-day delivery service with an eye on Amazon
The traditional brick-and-mortar retailer announced a $550 million purchase of Shipt, which it said will bring same-day delivery to about half of its stores by early 2018.
Delivery wars ramp up as Target buys online delivery service Shipt  USA TODAY
Target is about to give its customers same-day delivery  Washington Post
San Francisco SPCA Using Robots to Chase Away Homeless Is Illegal
The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals faces stiff city fines for using K9 robots to keep homeless away for its San Francisco office fronts.
The Solution to Homelessness Won't Be Robot Cops  Gizmodo
The SPCA's use of a security robot signals a hellish future for our cities  TNW
Bitcoin Trading Thrives Wherever Regulators Crack Down Most
Bitcoin trading expanded faster this year in emerging markets than developed ones -- and quickest of all in places where authorities tried to crack down.
Commentary: Why Bitcoin Would Make a Great Holiday Gift  Fortune
Cryptocurrency Infrastructure Flaws Pose Bitcoin Risks  BankInfoSecurity.com