Tell FCC What Are Your Feelings about AT&T's Plan to Buy DirecTV

The Federal Communication Commission is interested in knowing what do you feel about AT&T's plan to buy DirecTV. People are given a chance to express what they feel about it, they can comment in the favor of purchase or against the purchase. If AT&T succeeds in buying DirecTV it will be able to have control over more than quarter of million Television subscribers. The deal would take AT&T to the second spot in the industry only behind Time Warner Cable.

Dish Anywhere App Appears Even Better on Tablets

Dish Anywhere app is doing good since the time it was launched. It not only allows the owners of Hopper with Sling to view their DVR recordings but the app also gives access to vigorous library of on demand content.

Find Out How Google Maps Helps you discover Mars And The Moon

Hi, anybody wants to discover Mars and Moon. It's very simple. If you are a billionaire, give 2 or 3 billion dollars to 10 to 15 dozens of scientists and it will be there headache to take you to Mars. They will definitely come up with something that will take you to the Mars.

See How Google Scans your Gmail for Child Abuse

Houston police arrested John Henry Skillern last Thursday for having pictures of child abuse. John Henry Skillern, a 41 year old restaurant worker, was sending offensive pictures of children to one of his friend. Houston police got a search warrant for Skillern's computer and took him in custody.

Sprint Pulls Out its Proposal to Buy T-Mobile

Wall Street Journal has reported that Sprint is not interested in buying T-Mobile, US based company, any more. The news is very shocking as Masayoshi Son, CEO Softbank, has put a lot of effort, willing to pay $40 billion, to buy 4th largest wireless company in the United States.

San Francisco Airport Tests Beacon Sensors for Blind Travelers

San Francisco Airport, in collaboration with Austrian-based indoor positioning and tech company, is rolling out location-aware beacons to guide blind travelers explore around one of its newest terminals, a system it could take off to whatever remaining areas of the airport if successful. An early form of the program was flaunted to press today for download on Apple iOS phones, however SFO additionally plans to make it accessible for Android users and eventually extend the system to serve up data for the individuals who can see.

AT&T Cuts Price for Shared Data Plans for Families

AT&T price cut on large shared data plans for small businesses and families could incite different U.S cellular companies, especially Verizon Wireless, to offer new special discounts, analysts said.

AT&T to Discontinue U-verse Support for the Xbox 360 After Dec. 31

Finally, AT&T decided to drop its U-verse support for the Xbox 360 after December 31, the company recently announced. U-verse is AT&T most popular brand offers broadband internet, IP phone and IPTV services in United States.

AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile Agreed to Stop Unauthorized Third-Party Charges

AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile have decided to quit charging their customers in United States for the spam text messages that a huge number of users have been tricked into receiving and sending out in recent years

CenturyLink Acquired Tier 3, A Seattle-Based Cloud Computing & Management Company

CenturyLink reportedly acquired Tier 3, the infrastructure, platform and advanced cloud management center to build out its cloud. With this development, Tier 3 will come to be part of the CenturyLink Cloud

With More Than 500m installations, Candy Crush Becomes Top Grossing App Worldwide

Candy Crush Saga remains a versatile mobile gaming phenomenon: the top earning application worldwide on both Apple's App Store and Android's Google Play store according to Distimo, an app analytics and conversion tracking company in United States.

Sony sells more than 1 million PlayStation 4s on First Day

Sony reportedly sold more than 1 million PlayStation 4, the next generation video gaming consoles on first day. The consoles went on sale Friday in the US and Canada

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