Colleges and universities are doing a poor job of training students for entry level jobs — companies may (re)assume that role. Larry Press comments.
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Content providers and ISPs continue to duke it out, keeping the statistics and real-data measures under wraps. As for customers? They are left in the lurch, as Larry Press explains.
Our Larry Press looks at Michael Lewis’ book “Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt.” Press questions whether high-frequency trading is necessary.
Upcoming Comcast data caps really ought to depress cord cutters. Larry Press provides the deep dive data to back up that claim. Be afraid. Be very afraid.
Larry Press reports that the Korean Internet services outside of Seoul equate to roughly $22 a month for 100 Mbps of Internet. How does that compare to your rate?
Our Larry Press tests the Chromebook C720 against his trusty laptop. He would really prefer to have both, but each has its merits. Review and analysis.
Office for the iPad is here, but the iPad is four years old. Preliminary reviews say Microsoft has done a good job on the touch user interface. Larry Press reports.
MOOCs (massive open online courses) once emulated university classes. The reality? Most people who take MOOCs are not interested in getting university credit. Larry Press reports on a MOOC trend.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings says that he agreed to pay Comcast an interconnection fee to alleviate deteriorating customer experience. Can Net Neutrality be a reality? Larry Press reports.
Filmmakers of “The Square” discuss Egypt and how social media is causing a paradigm shift in today’s world.