Nexus 9 Release Clears Important Hurdle

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The brand new HTC Nexus 9 tablet release in the United States moved closer today, although a specific release date has yet to be confirmed for Google’s upcoming Nexus tablet. Last year, Google hosted a small event on October 31st and announced the brand new Nexus 5 smartphone running the latest Android 4.4 KitKat software […]

Moto X+1 Clears Hurdle for Release Date

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The Moto X+1 release date is quickly approaching, as the company is set to take the stage in Chicago early next month to announce the all new Moto X+1, Moto G2, and Moto 360 smartwatch. Rumors have been swirling for months, and now the new smartphone has cleared one more hurdle before release. The Moto […]

Samsung Galaxy Alpha Release Inches Closer

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Over the past few weeks more and more leaks have emerged of a new smartphone called the Samsung Galaxy Alpha. A device which is reportedly set to take on the rumored iPhone 6, and this morning even more details have surfaced. We’ve been hearing this device has a brand new design material, metal, and will […]

LG G3 Carrier & Pricing Details Emerge

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With only a week to go before the LG G3 is officially announced live on stage at events being hosted in London, New York City and San Francisco, more and more details continue to pour in regarding what to expect from the new smartphone. Over the past month almost every ounce of details have leaked […]

FCC Votes In Favor of Net Neutrality Proposal: What Happens Now?

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Comments welcome. That is where we are at the moment in the debate over Net Neutrality and any future U.S. government regulation or rules that may govern how the Internet works. Today the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted 3-2 to put forward the new rules changes proposed by FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler. The vote does […]

Vi Hart Explains It All About the FCC Net Neutrality Debate

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If a picture is worth a thousand words, than what are pictures, and pictures of words compiled into a video worth? The value proposition astounds. And value is what we have in this short post that will point you to something worth your attention, and that of anyone else who should be concerned about the […]

How To Contact the FCC Before the Net Neutrality Vote on May 15

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For those concerned about the ongoing battle over Net Neutrality, this is a big week ahead. But then the last several weeks have also been big. At the moment the FCC is going forward this Thursday, May 15, with a vote on the new rules proposal that will decide the future of how the Internet […]

Loud Commercials Can be a Threat to Mobile Users’ Hearing

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Last week I decided to so some binge TV watching to finish out the most recent season of Justified on FX. My wife was home and doing some reading across the room. I fired up FX on my iPad Air with earbuds in place, and started in on the first of the three final episodes. […]

FCC Chairman Answers Critics with Tough Talk About Net Neutrality

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Last week the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) set off a rather large firestorm on the Internet about the future of the Internet. When the Wall Street Journal reported that the FCC was going to submit new draft rules changes to the Open Internet Order, that report was interrupted by many to be the first step […]

Netflix and Comcast Keep Bashing Each Other, You’ll Pay the Price

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The gloves are off and a battle is raging between Comcast and Netflix. Both traded blows in corporate blog posts today making highly charged statements essentially calling each other liars. To say that the corporate-speak gloves are off is not only an understatement it is a colossal one. If words were swords, Comcast and Netflix […]

FCC Tries to Calm Concerns Over Open Internet Rule Changes

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Yesterday the Wall St. Journal issued a disturbing report that the FCC was going to propose new rule changes to the Open Internet Order in the wake of a stunning court defeat for the FCC the first time around. To say that WSJ report caused a firestorm to erupt on the Internet would be a […]

FCC Proposal Tucks Head Up Butt and Kisses Your Net Neutrality Goodbye

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Capitulation. Surrender. Submission. Pick your synonym for cowardly action and pin it on the Federal Communication Commission (FCC). Today came word that new draft Open Internet Rules will be submitted for review and a vote by the FCC commissioners. Coming after its last feeble and ill conceived attempt was shot down unceremoniously in Federal Court […]

All New HTC One for Verizon Confirmed by FCC and Leaked Photo

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The leaks and details continue to pour in while consumers wait for the March 25th announcement of the all new HTC One smartphone. The successor to the flagship device last year which won tons of design awards. We know nearly everything about the upcoming HTC M8 smartphone already, not to mention a massive 12 minute […]

Netflix and Comcast Strike a Deal and Other Toll Gates Will Follow

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For the last several months Netflix customers have been noticing their video streams have not been flowing that smoothly. Simultaneously there have been unconfirmed rumors that companies like Verizon and Comcast have been throttling Netflix speeds. Add to that mix that a recent court ruling against the FCC essentially opened the door for ISPs to […]

HTC One (M8) U.S. Release Clears Important Hurdle

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The replacement to the popular HTC One from last year is coming soon, and HTC has even confirmed they’ll officially announce the new smartphone on March 25th. While we’ve been lucky enough to get leak after leak of the hardware and software, and know nearly all the details already, today the HTC One (M8) 2014 […]

Verizon LG G Pad 8.3 Tablet Inches Closer to Release

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Based on recent reports and rumors Verizon Wireless is preparing to release another awesome tablet option with 4G LTE for those looking for something aside from the iPad. The LG G Pad 8.3 tablet launched last year to little success, despite being one of the best overall tablets on the market, having awesome specs, and […]

Sony Goes Small with Xperia Z Ultra Tablet

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It looks like Sony may be stripping the mobile phone and broadband radio out of its 6.4-inch Xperia Z Ultra phablet and release the smartphone in a WiFi-only tablet edition. Right now, a leaked manual suggests that many of the features that make the Xperia Z Ultra unique would still remain intact, save for the […]

Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 May Find Home on Verizon’s LTE Network

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The large-screened Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 that Samsung debuted at the Consumer Electronics Show earlier this month may find a home on Verizon Wireless’ 4G LTE mobile broadband network in the near future. At least that’s the hope that we’ve been given as the device was recently spotted over at the FCC for regulatory approval […]