This Week In Tech
March 29 - April 4, 2014
European Parliament approved a“net neutrality”law, forcing
Internet providers to treat all traffic equally regardless of source.
Microsoft announced that it is open sourcing more of its .Net
developer framework, including its C# and Visual Basic compilers.
An Xbox Live security vulnerability that was discovered
by a 5-year-old boy has been fixed by Microsoft.
After serving as Mozilla CEO for 11 days, Brendan Eich stepped down
amid criticism over his donation to the Proposition 8 campaign.
Google split its stock between GOOG and GOOGL ticker symbols in
an effort to protect the majority voting position for key executives.
Nest halted sales of its smoke alarms after discovering a flaw that allows
users to unintentionally turn off the alarm from their smartphones.