Government officials have come out in support of a neutral and open internet but suggest that Obama doesn’t have the power to order the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to make broadband services subject to the same fair use laws as telephone providers. A statement on the White House blog supports FCC chairman Tom Wheeler’s motion… Continue reading White House Supports Net Neutrality but Needs FCC to Act
On the third Monday of every February, we celebrate President’s Day to honor George Washington’s birthday, the first president of the United States, and all the great leaders that came after him. While there aren’t any real photos of Washington since the camera wasn’t invented yet back then, we do have a fine collection here… Continue reading Celebrate President’s Day with Rare Photos of Presidents and Celebrities from Each Era
Has your computer caught some kind of bug recently? No, not the kind that Norton can detect, but rather an infusion of songs and articles about Justin Bieber across your internet feeds. While Norton has issued a stern warning to avoid downloading Justin’s latest single, there is only so much the anti-virus company can do… Continue reading Over 100,000 People Sign Petition to Deport Justin Bieber as Norton Issues Anti-Virus Alert
Want to learn more about the state of the nation and what’s to come this year? Tonight at 9 p.m. EST stream President Obama’s 2014 State of the Union address to Congress live online. Just click play below on the White House’s enhanced livestream! In a year when Republicans have a good chance of keeping… Continue reading Watch the 2014 State of the Union Address Tonight at 9pm EST [LIVESTREAM]
Like what happened at Roswell or who really shot JFK? While President Obama might not be ready to reveal any classified information to you just yet, he is planning on inviting you to the first Presidential Hangout Road Trip on Google+. Following Obama’s State of the Union address on Tuesday at 9 p.m. EST, he… Continue reading Take a Road Trip With Obama in the First Presidential Hangout and Answer Session Ever
With the new Affordable Healthcare Act in place, how are you going to be covered? Many Americans are wondering this and have taken to the Health Insurance Marketplace, which opened on October 1, to find out. The Health Insurance Marketplace is an online shopping center to find the best coverage for you. According to a… Continue reading Healthcare.gov Reaches 2.5 Million People on Its 1st Day: What Issues Do American’s Care About Most?
To little surprise, Republicans and Democrats couldn’t agree on a spending plan for the fiscal year that started on Tuesday. Haggling over spending on Obamacare, they left the nation in a state of flux. One of the main responsibilities of Congress is to pass bills to fund the government budget. When this doesn’t happen, you… Continue reading The Government Meltdown and Obamacare: What’s Next?
In a shocking yet not-so-shocking move, President Obama on Saturday vetoed an International Trade Commission (ITC)’s patent ruling that would have banned the importation of some older Apple devices. In June Apple suffered its first loss in a patent case with Samsung when the ITC ruled patent violation and called for an import ban on… Continue reading Obama Vetoes Apple Product Ban and Samsung Sees Its First Patent Win Stripped Away