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Does AT&T/Synacor Deal Mean Verizon Is The Leader To Buy Yahoo?

Synacor (SYNC) scored a home run deal today landing the hosting partnership with AT&T (T) that previously belonged to Yahoo (YHOO). Yahoo earned about $100 million a year for the arrangement, revenue that will now go to Synacor, a company with a $44 million market cap. 146 more words


Use Your Annuity to Pay for Long-Term Care Insurance

The cost of long-term care can quickly deplete your savings and affect the quality of life for you and your family. Long-term care insurance allows you to share that cost with an insurance company. 1,464 more words

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A French Company Is Serious About Invading the U.S. Internet of Things

France’s Sigfox, which deploys wireless communications networks that are specifically tailored to the so-called Internet of things, has accelerated its plans to roll out across the U.S.—taking on local players such as AT&T and Verizon as it does so. 348 more words


Why Doesn't DIRECTV Add More HD Channels?

Q. All I hear from DIRECTV is 4K, 4K, 4K, but what about HD? I, like most DIRECTV customers, have a High-Definition TV and we want more HD, not 4K! 337 more words


Boy Wins $10,000 Reward For Finding Instagram Bug

By Alanna Petroff

MENLO PARK, CALIF. (CNN) — Talk about pocket money!

A 10-year old boy has just become the youngest person ever to receive a reward from Facebook after he uncovered a bug on its Instagram platform. 208 more words


A battery to complicate things

My phone is acting up. It has been misbehaving for a few weeks, but now it is to the point where I need a new phone, or someone needs to fix it. 601 more words

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Sprint and Other Carriers Deal a Blow to Tablet Makers Like Apple

Sprint reported lower revenue and profitability in its latest quarter on Tuesday, but beneath the surface, the fourth-largest mobile carrier also disclosed a trend that’s likely to hurt hardware makers, including Apple and Samsung. 498 more words