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Mark Zuckerberg sells Facebook shares worth $95 million for Philanthropy

Mark Zuckerberg sells Facebook shares worth $95 million for Philanthropy

Facebook CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg has sold Facebook stock worth $95 to fund its philanthropy efforts. As per Friday SEC filing, Zuckerberg has sold 768,000 shares of social network Facebook in August. The sale was scheduled ahead of time to avoid any insider trading issues, under 10b5-1 trading plan.

Here’s How Battle between Sprint and T-Mobile for Unlimited Data Has Become Interesting

Here’s How Battle between Sprint and T-Mobile for Unlimited Data Has Become Interesting

Amid the battle between Sprint and T-Mobile to be the best and affordable unlimited data provider, users are enjoying new data services provided by the companies. This battle has brought unlimited data plans back into fashion again.

Unlimited-Data Plans are new trick to attract customers for T-Mobile, Sprint

Unlimited-Data Plans are new trick to attract customers for T-Mobile, Sprint

Offering unlimited data plans seem to be new trick among wireless carriers to attract customers. It has been said so because T-Mobile will soon come up with one unlimited-data offer by phasing out all of its data plans. Sprint has also announced unlimited data plan offer.

Uber to start testing option of providing ride in self-driving car in Pittsburgh within weeks

Uber to start testing option of providing ride in self-driving car in Pittsburgh within weeks

It would happen for the first time that having a ride in a self-driving car would be offered to the general public and Uber is the one to provide that facility to people in Pittsburgh. The company announced Thursday that customers would be able to choose a test program within weeks and call for an autonomous Ford Fusion.

US Air Force launches its third and fourth GSSAP satellites

US Air Force launches its third and fourth GSSAP satellites

Progressing in the path of keeping safe the nation’s most valuable military space assets safe and secure, the US Air Force has launched its third and fourth satellite from the Geosynchronous Space Situational Awareness Program (GSSAP).

The liftoff took place atop a United Launch Alliance Delta IV Medium rocket on Friday at 12.52am EDT from Florida's Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. If things go as per the plan, the spacecraft will position near geosynchronous orbit (GEO).

EFF takes issue with Microsoft aggressiveness in pushing Windows 10 on its customers

EFF takes issue with Microsoft aggressiveness in pushing Windows 10 on its customers

In a recently released blog post, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has taken issue with software giant Microsoft’s aggressive approach in pushing its latest Windows 10 operating system on its customers.

In the blog post, the EFF's Amul Kalia has put forth the argument that Microsoft ‘trampled’ on user choice and user privacy with its aggressive attempts to get users of previous Windows versions to upgrade to Windows 10 OS.

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