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How to survive a move when your ISP can’t go with you

Moving is a huge hassle, but here’s a two-step solution that will keep you connected to the Internet without busting your budget.

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Net neutrality defenders gear up for new fight

Advocates of strong net neutrality protections enforced by the FCC are down but not out as they prepare for a new fight as agency chair pushes to dismantle internet regulations.

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SpaceX urges lawmakers to support broadband satellite plan

Elon Musk's space exploration company details plans to launch an ambitious broadband service as lawmakers mull an infrastructure overhaul.

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10 content marketing and customer experience all-stars

From a cruise ship wearable to a media company that’s also a bank, here are 10 examples of standout customer experiences and successful content marketing and campaigns.


Hulu humiliates Apple with Live TV app

Unlike Apple, Hulu has managed to incorporate live television into its video offering. How much longer will it take Apple to do the same?

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How to produce a must-see small business video

Video experts and small business owners share their tips for creating videos that grab and keep viewers’ attention and offer advice on how and where to showcase them.

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Why software engineers should focus on users, not the competition

Today, we thrive on instant gratification: consuming the news via 140-character tweets, watching videos instead of reading long articles, scrolling through photos or gifs and skipping over the captions altogether. So when it comes to...

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How a small ISP delivers ultra-fast broadband when the giants won’t

Why you can’t get gigabit fiber: Big telephone companies are blocking rivals from deploying gigabit fiber while overly cautious cities erect barriers.

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Ditching passwords and increasing ecommerce conversion rates by 54%

Removing passwords from the ecommerce process will pave the way to new and improved shopping experiences that deliver happier customers and higher profits.

What happens when ‘Net Neutrality’ becomes ‘Pay-To-Play’?

"Organizing the Women's March on Washington would have been much harder without Net Neutrality. We may not even have been able to afford it."

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ATSC 3.0: Broadcast's last addressable stand

Commentary on prospects for ATSC 3.0 as an addressable ad medium in the era of streamed live TV

Ditching passwords and increasing ecommerce conversion rates by 54%

Removing password requirements from the ecommerce experience will pave the way to new and improved shopping experiences that deliver happier customers and higher profits.

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Are poor communities “redlined” out of AT&T’s fiber-to-the-home service?

AT&T deploys ultra-fast broadband in rich neighborhoods, while poor communities are stuck with slow DSL, researchers claim.

LinkedIn passes the 500 million registered user mark

On the heels of rapid improvements across much of the platform LinkedIn now has 500 million registered users on board, one analyst says it could double or triple its reach under Microsoft.

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Ecommerce giants look to dominate payment gateways

Success for ecommerce giants like Amazon and eBay involves building a ecommerce ecosystem. A critical component of that is the payment system.

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PR nightmares that were disasters waiting to happen

The recent Pepsi, United, Fox and Facebook PR crises could have been predicted if corporate morals and business strategies were better known and frankly, higher quality. The issue is not that these companies have communications...

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Facebook claims Workplace success

Workplace, Facebook’s social network for business, is gaining more large customers such Starbucks and Viacom. The service, launched six months ago, is also expanding third-party integrations for key enterprise features.

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24% off NETGEAR CM700 DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem 1.4Gbps Certified for XFINITY, Time Warner, Charter, and More - Deal Alert

The NETGEAR CM700 High Speed Cable Modem provides a connection to high-speed cable Internet with speeds up to 1.4 Gbps. It is CableLabs certified DOCSIS 3.0 that is 32X faster than 2.0 devices. A Gigabit Ethernet port provides faster...

How to make fake friends and influence people politically with botnets

Botnets play a major role in political campaigns today. Chatbots are programmed to post and tweet automatically. They’re versatile and interactions appear human. These programs interact through a chat interface and respond based on...

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Technology and promotions: the digital face of marketing

Technology is now critical to -- and inseparable from -- a smart marketing strategy.

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