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Twitter has looked the same for almost seven years, but now, brace yourself, it's being redesigned from the ground up.
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Facebook and friends are back. What happened? We don't know.
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UPDATED: No, it's not just you. Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp users around the world are having problems.
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An internal Cloudflare problem caused websites to fall bringing some parts of the internet to a crawl.
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Most Americans -- Democrats and Republicans alike -- want the return of net neutrality, but Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell won't give the Save the Internet Act its day in the US Senate.
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Mozilla makes privacy job No.1 in Firefox.
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No individual device on your wireless network may run that much faster, but your total speed will increase.
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F5, the application services and application delivery networking, has just bought NGINX, best known for its speedy open-source web server.
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The open-source Airship project's ultimate goal is to use the best of Kubernetes container orchestration and OpenStack IaaS cloud to enable 5G networking -- and it's just made it first major step forward.
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For less than a $100, you can have an open-source powered, easy-to-use server, which enables you -- and not Apple, Facebook, Google, or Microsoft -- to control your view of the internet.

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