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Aereo's CEO on the future of Netflix, TV sports and the public airwaves

In 2012, Chet Kanojia set out to take on TV’s goliaths with a slingshot full of tiny antennas, but he never imagined things would go so far so fast. 1,083 more words

Aereo's CEO on the future of Netflix, TV sports and the public airwaves

In 2012, Chet Kanojia set out to take on TV’s goliaths with a slingshot full of tiny antennas, but he never imagined things would go so far so fast. 1,083 more words

Netflix

Landline: A Case for an Emergency

I’ve noticed a new trend where people are substituting cellphones for their house phones, as if the two were interchangeable, they’re not.

Whether or not you have children, or if you have an old lady or old man, even if that old lady or old man is you; you need to have a landline in your home.  462 more words

Gadget

AT&T is unhappy with the proposed spectrum auction rules

Ars Technica reports that AT&T is not at all happy with the proposed wireless spectrum auction rules that would give small- and medium-sized carriers a shot at purchasing the rights to a small amount of the spectrum being auctioned, and may not participate in the auction next year. Read the store here.

FCC

AT&T May Sit Out 2015 Spectrum Auction Over Rules Dustup

AT&T is not happy with the rules the FCC has proposed for a 2015 spectrum auction that would reserve a piece of the airwaves for sale for smaller providers that lack low-frequency range.  350 more words

TC

New FCC Spectrum Auction Rules

The FCC is considering reserving up to 30 MHz of licenses in local markets for small- and medium-sized wireless carriers to bid on, if the bidding reaches a certain threshold. 38 more words

FCC