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Verizon and AT&T Sue Over Net Neutrality

Verizon and AT&T Sue Over Net Neutrality

by Yael Kent on Friday, March 27, 2015

February was an historic month for internet users as the Federal Communications Commission ended a long battle with internet service providers over stricter internet regulation. According to the FCC, the newly passed rules will finally allow for net neutrality. This will deny service providers such as Comcast or Time Warner from discriminating what runs through their cables.

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Whipclip App Allows Users To Legally Share TV Clips

Whipclip App Allows Users To Legally Share TV Clips

by Staff on Thursday, March 26, 2015

Ever since the television set was invented, people have always talked about their favorite TV moments. In the social media age, the same still holds true, although the process has become faster because of the power of the Internet. 

 

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Appears in: iphone, Mobile, Television, TV

Here Comes Vessel, A New Video Streaming Service That Will Compete With YouTube

Here Comes Vessel, A New Video Streaming Service That Will Compete With YouTube

by Staff on Wednesday, March 25, 2015

It is high time YouTube encounters a competitor that perhaps might give it a run for its money. Or at least, shake things up a little bit. That new player is Vessel, which just launched very recently. Designed to compete directly with YouTube, Vessel's approach to video streaming is more of a temporary exclusivity type.

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NFL Ends Blackout Rule for 2015 Season

NFL Ends Blackout Rule for 2015 Season

by Yael Kent on Wednesday, March 25, 2015

The NFL has fought to hold on to a 30-year old rule that blacked out games in markets where games were not sold out. A recent decision from the FCC has eliminated these blackouts, and NFL fans must understand how this ruling changes the way that they watch their football.

 

#1: The Original Rule

 

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What To Do When Your iPhone 6’s or iPhone 6 Plus’s Display Screen Gets Broken

What To Do When Your iPhone 6’s or iPhone 6 Plus’s Display Screen Gets Broken

by Staff on Tuesday, March 24, 2015

It happens to the best of us. No matter how careful we all are, we just can't protect our iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus devices forever.

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Do Smartphones Help Cause Stress Among Kids?

Do Smartphones Help Cause Stress Among Kids?

by Staff on Monday, March 23, 2015

We now live in a world where almost everybody owns a smartphone. Indeed, smartphones have now become an integral part of our daily living, whether it is for work, for entertainment, or even for fitness and health. 

 

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Apple Is Planning To Unveil A New Apple TV Device Later This Year

Apple Is Planning To Unveil A New Apple TV Device Later This Year

by Staff on Friday, March 20, 2015

It appears that Apple is planning to introduce an update to its Apple TV set-top streaming box sometime later this year.

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Appears in: Apple, Television, TV

Comcast vs. Charter

Comcast vs. Charter

by Yael Kent on Friday, March 20, 2015

Every consumer wonders where he or she can find the best cable services. Consumers need a television connection so that they can enjoy the wide variety of stations that are available. They need an Internet connection so they can browse the Internet and perform tasks such as school work and regular work.

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You Can Now Get Android Auto In Your Car With Your Android Phone And Compatible Pioneer Head Units

You Can Now Get Android Auto In Your Car With Your Android Phone And Compatible Pioneer Head Units

by Staff on Thursday, March 19, 2015

Finally, users can now take full advantage of Google's Android Auto smartphone interface for automobiles as the first of the aftermarket units hit the market this week. In the United States, the new Pioneer AVIC-8100NEX, AVIC-7100NEX, and AVH-4100NEX models will all come with Android Auto integration.

 

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Cablevision and HBO Now agree to online partnership

Cablevision and HBO Now agree to online partnership

by Yael Kent on Thursday, March 19, 2015

Cablevision announced on March 16 that it has reached an agreement with HBO to become the first cable partner for the premium network’s new streaming service called HBO Now. All Optimum Online broadband subscribers in the United States will automatically gain access to HBO’s archive of television shows, movies, and comedy specials when the service launches in April.

 

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