In letter, Tim Cook, Jamie Dimon and other business leaders slam Trump’s immigration policies

The letter claims Trump's attacks on the H1-B visa program could "inflict substantial harm on U.S. competitiveness."

“A big mistake”: AT&T CEO issues mea culpa over hiring of Trump lawyer Michael Cohen

“Our company has been in the headlines for all the wrong reasons these last few days, and our reputation has been damaged.”

What to expect for your money in 2018 — and how to brighten your financial future

If your New Year's resolution is to save more money, get a raise or try your hand at "investing" in bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies, these are the economic trends to watch in 2018.

What is net neutrality? How the FCC repeal vote will affect your wallet and internet experience

Net neutrality has been dealt a serious blow following a 3-2 FCC vote, led by chair Ajit Pai, to reduce regulation of internet service providers. Here's how that will affect you.

While You Weren’t Looking: 5 stories from the week that don’t make moral equivalencies

Consumer groups are suing the Department of Transportation and a GOP congressman is meeting with Julian Assange.

Your cell service might cut out during the eclipse, but providers are working to give it a boost

Four major cell networks are all confident they can handle the crowds.

Surprise! You might be owed money. How to get cash back from class-action lawsuit settlements.

Owed a payout from a company because of a class-action lawsuit? Here are 5 things to know about getting the cash you deserve.

Best cell phone plans: 3 affordable, top-value mobile services for young people and couples

Want unlimited data? Or want the cheapest cell phone plan out there? Millennials should consider these services.

AT&T just announced a new 5G network. That's not a real thing.

Putting a lion costume on a kitten doesn't make it roar.
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Boston Marathon Tracking 2017: How to follow racers live from your phone

These text alerts make it easy to know how close your Boston Marathoner is to the finish line.

5 ways to protect your internet privacy now that your information will be for sale

Here are the best ways to hide your online activity from a prying ISP.
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Best Buy Black Friday Deals 2016: Roundup of video game, phone, laptop and TV discounts

Best Buy is ringing in Black Friday with a whole lotta deals.

Time is Money: 5 productivity hacks that will make you work faster, better and smarter

Change your surroundings — not yourself — and stop wasting time and money.

Consumers could be hurt by an AT&T takeover of Time Warner, watchdogs say

The merger would create the world's biggest entertainment company.
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DFW Airport Is Going to Start Tracking Your Phone, But Not for the Reason You’d Think

Hand over your data for a less miserable security experience.

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If You've Had Unexplained Phone Charges, ATT Owes You Money

Good news, AT&T customers.

New Research Finds One Factor That Impairs Your Driving Far More Than Alcohol

This is a national problem that just as bad as driving under the influence.
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Advice For Millennial Advice-Givers

Thanks in advance for your concern, but you're kind of missing the point.

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5 Corporations That Used a National Tragedy to Sell You Something

The twelfth anniversary of the September 11 attacks prompted us to reflect on many things. One of those things was that marketers should keep their mouths shut about national tragedies.
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If the NSA Pissed You Off, Check Out This Creepy Project

The conversation on privacy in the United States today and the conversation about the War on Drugs have recently collided.
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Drug Officials Pay AT&T to Spy On America, Because Some Work is Too Dirty For the Government

A government program called the Hemisphere Project teams DEA agents up with AT&T workers to gather data from personal cell phones.

Why I Created An App To Help Workers Take Lunch Breaks At Age 13

Even though I plan to be a lawyer, not a computer scientists, there's a reason I spend my days taking online courses and reading books on programming.

Mother's Day 2013: 10 Last Minute Gifts For Millennial Moms

Millennial moms have particular tastes, needs, and interests. Here are ten gifts you can order right now to make someone very happy.

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Obama Has Created An Illegal, Anti-Privacy Internet Program That Is Scarier Than CISPA

The Justice Department has expanded a cyber security program through deals with A T&T and others which would immunize participants from wiretap laws. This is a miscalculated, dangerous mistake.
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UN Arms Control Treaty: Will It Be Ratified by the Senate?

Earlier this month, the United States under the Obama administration, voted for the UN Arms Trade Treaty. However depsite this, it is highly unlikely that the Senate will approve it.

OFFICE HOURS: The Gift Economy of the Internet

Join the Debate: Why do people do things for free online — from editing a Wikipedia article to rating hotels and reviewing books on Amazon?

Federal Regulators Should Disconnect AT&T's Purchase Of T-Mobile

AT&T's acquisition of T-Mobile is currently under scrutiny by federal regulators, and a recently leaked document may reveal that the merger is anything but good for consumers.