Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Domino’s Lets You Order a Pizza in the Most Ridiculous Way Possible

Domino's CEO Patrick Doyle says, "It's the epitome of convenience."I think it's silly.I'm talking about the newest way to order a pizza from Domino's -- via tweet. But here's where things get ultra-weird....

Cloud-Based Video Solutions Gain Popularity With “Have It Your Way” Approach

When shopping for cloud-based video services, knowing the difference between encoding and transcoding ensures you get the service you need at the speeds you require. Prior objections to encoding included upload...

Netflix CFO: Service Will Be Cheaper in High-Piracy Countries

In the category of "Something You Have to Say to Investors but Probably Don't Want the Whole World Knowing," we have a new entry by Netflix CFO David Wells. It's titled, "Netflix Will...

The Amazon Dash Button: True One-Click Ordering

Amazon has announced the impending arrival of the Amazon Dash Button, one of the most brilliant initiatives the company has ever created. It is literally a branded button that you stick in...

Report: NBC App Coming to Apple TV, Other Platforms; Will Require Cable

Word is, Apple is hard at work on an online TV service. But while recent reports have stated that NBC won't be a partner for that project, 9 to 5 Mac reports that...

FCC Votes 3-2 for Net Neutrality: The Round-Up

The Internet is neutral -- for now.In a landmark 3-2 decision, the FCC voted to re-classify the Internet as a utility, barring providers from blocking or slowing down certain types of traffic....

Samsung Revises Smart TV Privacy Policy

The other day, news hit that Samsung’s Smart TV line might be listening to your conversations to make its voice command functions work. People started getting upset over the wording of...

FCC Chair: Internet Should Be a Utility

Echoing the sentiments of President Barack Obama from late last year, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler explained his plan for dealing with the Net Neutrality question: the Internet ought to be run...

Ride-Sharing Service Uber Enters Pennsylvania with Two-Year Experimental License

In the past, living in Pennsylvania meant the closest you got to Uber was being jealous of your friends in New York City and San Francisco.No more.Uber, a ride share service popular...

Comcast Changes Customer’s Name to Something That Starts With an ‘A’… and it isn’t...

Comcast: the gift that keeps on giving to tech bloggers and stockholders, but unfortunately, not its customers. The latest entry in the Comcast Blunder File comes from The Consumerist, and it...

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