DirecTV Now’s $35 Introductory Rate Goes Away Jan 9

DirecTV Now's $35 Introductory Rate Goes Away Jan 9 Article Comments   Today, 2:46 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper AT&T will raise the price of its Go Big DirecTV Now package from the special, introductory rate of $35 per month to the standard $60 per month price early next month. “Any current […]

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South Korea Fines Qualcomm $865 Million for Anti-Trust Violations

South Korea Fines Qualcomm $865 Million for Anti-Trust Violations Word comes out of South Korea today that the country’s antitrust regulatory authority, the Korean Fair Trade Commission (KFTC), has ruled against Qualcomm in an ongoing antitrust investigation and is fining the company $865 million. The product of a 3 year investigation, the KFTC has ruled […]

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The Robots Are Anxious About Taking Your Job

The Robots Are Anxious About Taking Your Job It’s a typical scene — a patient lays on a couch talking to his shrink. He was forced to sing and dance in front of a crowd, you see. There were so many people, some of whom were singing in an unfamiliar language.  “All the people, people […]

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Year’s best: 5 of our favorite hybrid cars of 2016 – Roadshow

Year's best: 5 of our favorite hybrid cars of 2016 – Roadshow 2016 Toyota Prius Photo by: Antuan Goodwin/Roadshow Editors’ Rating MSRP: $26,675.00 See manufacturer website for availability. 2016 Toyota Prius Not content to rest on its laurels, the Prius continues to improve with an EPA-estimated 56 combined mpg. Read full review Photo by: Antuan […]

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Amazon files patent for flying warehouse

Amazon files patent for flying warehouse Amazon has filed a patent for massive flying warehouses equipped with fleets of drones that deliver goods to key locations. Carried by an airship, the warehouses would visit places Amazon expects demand for certain goods to boom. It says one use could be near sporting events or festivals where […]

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Twitter Debuts Live 360-Degree Videos

Twitter Debuts Live 360-Degree Videos Article Comments   Today, 8:47 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper Twitter and Periscope plan to let broadcasters push live 360-degree video to followers on the two social networks. Twitter sees the real-time, 360-degree video as yet another way for people to interact with personalities and publishers. Such […]

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