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FCC chairman backs Dish Network wireless plan

www.electronista.com
Federal Communications Commission chairman Julius Genachowski proposed that the agency greenlight Dish Network's ongoing effort to move into providing wireless communications services. Genachowski expressed his support on the grounds that DIsh's entry into the wireless sector would stoke competition in a segment that, in the United States, is verging on...
FCC chairman backs Dish Network wireless plan
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Amazon Proves It Is Ready To Spend Massive Amounts Of Money To Destroy Hulu And Netflix (AMZN, NFLX)

www.businessinsider.com
* Amazon's Epix deal includes pay-for-performance provision * Amazon pays more than Netflix on per-sub basis-execs * Amazon spends $1 bln/yr on streaming video content-analyst Amazon.com Inc's deal to purchase streaming movies from cable network Epix could transform the way such deals are done, thanks to a pay-for-performance sweetener that...
Amazon Proves It Is Ready To Spend Massive Amounts Of Money To Destroy Hulu And Netflix (AMZN, NFLX)
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Nintendo works with dev to remove Yoshi lookalike from Android game

arstechnica.com
Back when we first noticed developer Botond Kopacz using an unlicensed Yoshi model in his Android game Era's Adventure, we predicted the game would come off the Google Play store quickly after going through the normal post-release copyright complaint process. Instead, the game lives on, now with slight modifications...
Nintendo works with dev to remove Yoshi lookalike from Android game

Apple boycotts Fox News because of Glenn Beck

www.tuaw.com
Filed under: Apple CorporateA two-week old report by the Washington Post is only now gaining traction in the tech section. It appears that Apple has boycotted Fox News based on Glenn Beck and his ludicrous statements, including calling President Obama a racist and branding progressivism a "cancer." "More than 200...
Apple boycotts Fox News because of Glenn Beck
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