James Damore sues Google, claims tech giant discriminates against white conservative men

James Damore, the former Google employee who was fired for writing a memo criticizing the firm for pushing diversity, has filed a class action lawsuit against the tech giant.

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James Comey tweets 'justice' Bible verse after Flynn pleads guilty

Former FBI Director James Comey tweeted a Bible verse regarding “justice” after news that former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn would plead guilty to making false statements to the FBI on Russia.

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Ex-Google employee James Damore: 'Underground conservative network' in Silicon Valley being hunted by leftists

James Damore who was fired from Google for posting a controversial memo about bias and discrimination in the workplace, claims there is an “underground conservative network” in Silicon Valley.

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Rethinking Business Process Reengineering in the Cloud

Nearly 25 years ago, Michael Hammer and James Champy coauthored one of the most influential business books of the period, Reengineering the Corporation: A Manifesto for Business Revolution, anticipating some of the important changes that lay ahead. The corporate world was trying to cope with the growing pressures of globalization and the advent of personal computing. The public Internet was not yet upon us, but the need for businesses of all sizes to rethink how they operated was becoming imperative.

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FBI Director Makes Case for Security Trade-Off in Congressional Hearing

FBI Director James Comey on Tuesday testified before the House Judiciary Committee that the government has the legal right to gain limited access to the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino, California, shooters and other suspected terrorists. Congress and the courts can create a mechanism to protect the safety of the American people while preserving constitutional rights, he said. New methods of electronic communications have transformed society, Comey noted, adding that he supports the creation of strong encryption technology.

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Apple-FBI battle will set precedent for future court orders, FBI director acknowledges

Article Image Speaking in front of a Congressional intelligence panel, FBI Director James Comey admitted that the outcome of an Apple-FBI battle over unlocking an iPhone will likely set a legal precedent, despite recent suggestions to the contrary.

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World's first 3D-printed revolver looks like a nerf gun, shoots real .22 caliber bullets

Mechanical engineering student James Patrick is bound to turn some heads with his PM522 Washbear, a 3D-printed pepperbox revolver capable of firing up to 8 bullets between reloads.

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FBI director continues crusade against Apple's encryption of iPhone data

James Comey, director of the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation, has once again slammed Apple’s iPhone and devices running Android that can hold secure, encrypted data that is inaccessible by law enforcement, saying that such capabilities allow users to “place themselves beyond the law.”

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FBI director says iOS and Android privacy features put users 'above the law'

FBI Director James Comey on Thursday responded to the latest attempts from Apple and Google to lock down their respective mobile operating systems, saying he is “very concerned” that the new systems limit or prohibit deemed lawful government access.

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Samsung endorser LeBron James made a reported $30M from Apple's Beats buy

According to a report on Wednesday, Basketball superstar LeBron James saw a $30 million windfall on his small stake in Beats Electronics after Apple acquired the headphone maker for $3 billion in May.

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Hachette Banished to Amazon's Woodshed

Hachette — whose stable of best-selling authors includes J.K. Rowling and James Patterson — remains at loggerheads with Amazon over renewal of a book distribution deal between the two. The stalemate has slowed the flow of books from the publisher to the online retailer to a crawl. Negotiations have been going on for more than a month, but it’s only in recent days that the snag between the companies has come to light. The first signs of trouble were slow restocking times at Amazon.

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