Amy Pascal will step down as co-chairman of Sony Pictures Entertainment after a series of company hacks.
With the rise of oil prices, the Dow Jones is up 700 points this week.
Researchers at Columbia University School of Engineering and Applied Science have made a smartphone attachment that can detect HIV in 15 minutes.
The FCC will vote on February 26th whether to ban throttling and paid prioritization of content by internet service providers. If it is banned, net neutrality will remain; if not companies such as Time Warner and Comcast may consider paid prioritization of sites like Facebook, Twitter, Netflix, YouTube, and Hulu.
YouTube has a new experimental feature that allows uploaders to upload videos from multiple angles that the user can switch between at will.