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TV startup Aereo in bankruptcy after US court defeat

Television startup Aereo, which lost a US Supreme Court test of its system to bypass cable with tiny, personalized antennas, announced Friday it was filing for bankruptcy protection.

Fri 21 Nov 14 from Phys.org

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European Commission To Request 'Break-Up Plan' Of Google Over Monopolistic Search Dominance

Google is again the target of a controversial measure in the European Union as its parliament draws up a draft motion to separate the company's search engine business from its other operations, ...

1 hours ago from HotHardware

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Rumor Rewind: Amazon Again Said To Be Rolling Out Ad-Supported Streaming Video Service

Rumors that Amazon was considering a streaming video service supported by ads and separate from its Prime program first surfaced back in March of this year. Nothing came of it, at least not ...

11 hours ago from HotHardware

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Google launches subscription service for the internet to replace ad revenue online

Google has unveiled a new scheme to let websites collect money from visitors without using online advertising an industry that many resent for its reliance on the collection of personal data.

9 hours ago from The Independent

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FCC Preparing For Net Neutrality Lawsuit From Cable Companies

Everyone is waiting to see what the Federal Communications Commission will rule when it comes to net neutrality. However, the FCC is preparing itself for a lawsuit from cable companies in response ...

11 hours ago from HotHardware

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Yahoo replaces Google as default search engine for Firefox browser

Yahoo has struck a deal to become the default search engine on the Firefox internet browser, replacing Google and its ten year partnership with the software.

Thu 20 Nov 14 from The Independent

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Chromebook buyers now get 1TB of Google Drive storage free for two years

The budget notebook market got a bit more interesting on Friday. Goolge has announced that anyone that buys a notebook powered by Chrome OS will receive 1TB of Google Drive cloud storage free ...

17 hours ago from Techspot

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Another webcam security threat uncovered as police launch computer hijack crackdown

Police undertook a Europe-wide action on hackers who had allegedly gained control of internet users' laptops to spy on them just a day after it emerged that hundreds of cameras had been unknowingly ...

Fri 21 Nov 14 from The Independent

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Netflix accounts for up to a third of the internet but torrenting still dwarfs legal sites

Netflix makes up as much as a third of the internet when people sit down to watch it in the evenings, according to a new report by Sandvine. But less legal ways of sharing videos continue to ...

Fri 21 Nov 14 from The Independent

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Amazon wants to be a travel agent, say reports

Amazon is set to launch a travel service, according to reports, that will allow users to book hotels through the retail giant's website.

Fri 21 Nov 14 from The Independent

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