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Google, Android manufacturers agree to participate in "Smartphone Anti-Theft Voluntary Commitment" program

Google has agreed to back a new initiative along with a host of Android manufacturers and all of the major U.S. cellular carriers that would require all smartphones manufactured after July 2015 to come with specific anti-theft features. 261 more words

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Apple agrees to participate in "Smartphone Anti-Theft Voluntary Commitment" program

Apple has agreed to back a new initiative along with a host of Android manufacturers and all of the major U.S. cellular carriers that would require all smartphones manufactured after July 2015 to come with specific anti-theft features. 274 more words

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Shocker: In 1980, Motorola Had No Idea Where the Phone Market Would Be in 2000

Yesterday, I wrote two pieces about the impossibility of making tech predictions–one involving a 1981 magazine cover, and one concerning current predictions about the wearable-gadget market in 2018… 488 more words

This Is Why Netflix Just Got So Blazingly Fast

Comcast Internet subscribers are continuing to see dramatic improvement in Netflix performance following a deal in which the streaming video company agreed to pay for a direct connection to the nation’s largest broadband provider, according to… 652 more words

Hope for Net Neutrality

In The Washington Post article, Here’s How Net Neutrality Can Still Survive, Brian Fung proposes reclassification as a solution for saving net neutrality. With all the litigation and chaos surrounding Verizon vs FCC, reclassification is actually fairly simple. 286 more words

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Changes and More Changes

Hi, I’m an AT&T employee and much of what you’ll read here is my opinion.

The last year has been tough at work.  I’ve battled frustration, depression, and anxiety.   726 more words

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