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Verizon Betrays Net Neutrality, Excludes Its Video App From Data Caps

The FCC’s net neutrality rules, passed last year, explicitly ban Internet providers from a number of discriminatory measures like throttling and blocking, but there’s evidently a huge loophole that every major wireless carrier in the U.S. 104 more words

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French Cup 2016 live streaming

Live streaming from the French Cup in Rouen on Friday 5 and Saturday 6 February is at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/3JhG6JNStHh

Our experience so far is that the stream is too choppy to be watchable, and although there was sound for the opening ceremony, there was no sound on Friday afternoon’s broadcast. 117 more words

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Comcast: Streaming Video is so Last Year; Holy-Moly Guacamole, Chipotle is Losing Dinero; The Ultimate Biz Perks List

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If online streaming video services are phasing out cable, you’d never know it judging by Comcast’s latest earnings. The company actually picked up 89,000 new subscribers – more than any other quarter in the last eight years. 589 more words

Time Warner Wants Hulu To Stop Airing Current Seasons Of TV Shows

One of the things that has allowed Hulu to compete in the streaming video subscription market is the fact that it offers users the ability to watch some currently airing shows shortly after they’ve premiered on TV. 595 more words

Streaming Video News: February 1, 2016

I updated my list of Bollywood movies on Netflix with one new addition to the catalog. 2014’s Hate Story 2 is now available for streaming. I didn’t care for the original… 42 more words

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Stanford Study: T-Mobile's Binge On Is 'Likely Illegal'

The debate over the potential harm of T-Mobile’s Binge On continues, with a new study from Stanford University claiming that the perk violates key net neutrality principles and is “likely illegal.” 78 more words

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T-Mobile Adds Amazon Video To Binge On, Claims Users Are Streaming Twice As Much

Three months after launching its Binge On streaming streaming video program, which doesn’t count content from certain partners against a customers’ monthly data allotment, T-Mobile has made new deals with Amazon and others to include their content. 428 more words