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.

9 hours ago from Phys.org

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European Parliament Wants To Break Google Up Into Smaller Companies

Google is a massive company and they have their fingers in all sort of pots – music, video, search, productivity, email, robots, self-driving cars, and so on. But are they getting too ...

11 minutes ago from Ubergizmo

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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.

13 hours ago from The Independent

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Amazon to offer ad-supported free video streaming service

Amazon is one of the biggest and best sources of video content in the world, well except for BitTorrent. So it’s one of the biggest and best legal sources of video content in […]

4 hours ago from Geek.com

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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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First Bus to Run on Human Waste Takes to UK Streets

Gas-powered vehicles are better for the environment

13 hours ago from TIME

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How Tibet was won: The barley mow

THAT agriculture permitted the human population to expand its size is obvious. That it permitted the population to expand its range as well is a more subtle point. But a paper just published ...

22 hours ago from The Economist

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FCC is taking its time with net neutrality because 'the big dogs are going to sue'

Federal Communications Commission chairman Tom Wheeler is getting blunt about why we don't have net neutrality rules yet: "The big dogs are going to sue regardless of what comes out," ...

1 hours ago from The Verge

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Google giving new Chromebook buyers 1TB of Drive storage for two years

Cloud storage prices have been on a steep decline this year, but there's nothing better than free. Google is offering new Chromebook buyers 1TB of Google Drive storage to go along ...

6 hours ago from The Verge

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Motorola Acknowledges Fatal Bug In AT&T's Nexus 6

No one likes phones that comes with buggy software, especially not after you've spent a couple of hundred to get your hands on one. Well unfortunately it looks like there are some Nexus 6 owners ...

11 minutes ago from Ubergizmo

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