ongoing saga

ongoing saga

Linksys Powerline connections: Wired without wires

www.computerworld.com
Last week here in Gearhead I discussed my ongoing saga of trying to get decent IP DSL service from AT&T U-Verse....
Linksys Powerline connections: Wired without wires

Citi Goes After Nasdaq For Its Handling Of The Facebook IPO In This 17-Page Letter (FB)

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All of the losers in the Facebook IPO haven't forgotten about Nasdaq handled the botched offering that day. Nasdaq is planning to partially compensate early investors. But in the latest chapter of this ongoing saga, Citi blasts the Nasdaq in a new 17-page letter delivered to the SEC. Specifically, they...
Citi Goes After Nasdaq For Its Handling Of The Facebook IPO In This 17-Page Letter (FB)

T-Mobile goes to Washington to stop Verizon's spectrum buy

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T-Mobile has decided to enter its own protest (PDF) in the ongoing saga surrounding Verizon's planned $3.6 billion purchase of Advanced Wireless Services (AWS) airwaves from cable companies. The wireless provider filed a brief with the FCC urging the regulatory board to scuttle the impending deal between Verizon and the...
T-Mobile goes to Washington to stop Verizon's spectrum buy

FCC to Verizon Wireless: You need more spectrum? Prove it by March 22nd.

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By now, we hope you're plenty familiar with the ongoing saga between Verizon Wireless and the FCC -- no, not that little kerfuffle about data roaming complaints, but the biggie -- the proposed transfer of 122 AWS spectrum licenses from three cable providers to Big Red. While the FCC's...
FCC to Verizon Wireless: You need more spectrum? Prove it by March 22nd.

Eric Schmidt: 'it's extremely curious' that Apple hasn't yet sued Google

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Google's roving uncle, Eric Schmidt, has sat down with the Wall Street Journal to talk about life and times at Mountain View. When asked about the ongoing saga between Apple and Android manufacturers, Schmidt said "it's extremely curious that Apple has chosen to sue Google's partners and not Google...
Eric Schmidt: 'it's extremely curious' that Apple hasn't yet sued Google
Dozens of iPhone, iPad prototype images emerge from trial

The saga ends tomorrow: Samsung Galaxy S II to get Ice Cream Sandwich on March 10

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Samsung Galaxy S II owners are all set to get a taste of Ice Cream Sandwich tomorrow, after the Korean firm confirmed that owners of the device will be able to upgrade to Android 4.0 on March 10. The company’s FAQ page — via Technobuffalo — has full details of...
The saga ends tomorrow: Samsung Galaxy S II to get Ice Cream Sandwich on March 10

Did One-Sided Legal Advice Lead To The Terrible Copyright Deal For Canadian Universities?

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In the ongoing saga of collection society Access Copyright's negotiations with Canadian universities, one question comes up again and again: why? The Universities of Toronto and Western Ontario, and now the AUCC, which represents schools across the country, have all accepted terrible copyright clearance deals that see fees increasing when...
Did One-Sided Legal Advice Lead To The Terrible Copyright Deal For Canadian Universities?
Holiday 2012: Microsoft's Windows 8 gamble is just the beginning

Supreme Court Rejects Appeal Over Law Banning Recording The Police

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You may recall that we've been following the ongoing saga of a poorly-written piece of state legislation in Illinois, which would strip citizens of their First Amendment rights if they were to film law enforcement performing their duties. One gentleman was facing a possible 75 years in jail for five...
Supreme Court Rejects Appeal Over Law Banning Recording The Police
Apple fails again to ban Samsung tablets

Firm urges Clearwire investors to vote no on Sprint deal; board calls recommendation 'superficial'

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The ongoing saga of Clearwire has taken yet another turn as the independent shareholder firm Glass Lewis & Co. has recommended that minority shareholders in the Bellevue broadband wireless company vote against the increased offer from Sprint. The move comes a day after Crest Financial, which holds eight percent of...
Firm urges Clearwire investors to vote no on Sprint deal; board calls recommendation 'superficial'

The DOJ's Truly Disgusting Argument For Denying A Megaupload User Access To His Legal Content

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In the ongoing saga of what happens to all the data stored on the Megaupload servers, the Department of Justice has now filed a truly revolting argument in seeking to end the efforts by a Megaupload user, Kyle Goodwin (who uploaded and stored sports videos that he shot), to regain...
The DOJ's Truly Disgusting Argument For Denying A Megaupload User Access To His Legal Content

Put your taxi apps away New Yorkers, NYC's smartphone hail program blocked again

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July 9-10, 2013 San Francisco, CA Early Bird Tickets on Sale The ongoing saga around approving taxi hailing apps in New York City is beginning to resemble a wild ride in one of the city’s taxis. After getting the green light last Friday from a New York Supreme Court...
Put your taxi apps away New Yorkers, NYC's smartphone hail program blocked again

How DMCA Takedown Notices Work [Infographic]

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The Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Its "safe harbor" provision is what draws the line between pirates and legally legitimate Web companies. That line isn't always crystal clear, as the ongoing saga of Grooveshark demonstrates. Few would call the DMCA perfect, but its attempt at modestly redefining copyright for the digital...
How DMCA Takedown Notices Work [Infographic]

Apple asks EU regulators to step in on Motorola patent dispute

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Apple already asked the European Telecommunications Standards Institute for more transparency on FRAND licensing, and now it's seeking a full-blown intervention. Motorola Mobility claims it received a letter on Friday from the European Commission advising there has been a complaint against it from Apple. The letter also stated that...
Apple asks EU regulators to step in on Motorola patent dispute
Fred Wilson: Foursquare reminds me of where Twitter was a few years ago

MPAA & Megaupload Want In On Hearing Over Whether Former User Can Get His Data Back

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In the ongoing saga of all of the Megaupload servers that the federal government seized and then handed back to hosting company Carpathia, telling them to effectively destroy them (and with it all sorts of important evidence in the Megaupload case), the judge is considering holding a hearing to dig...
MPAA & Megaupload Want In On Hearing Over Whether Former User Can Get His Data Back
LightSquared won't say die on LTE, demands reversal or spectrum from the FCC

Introducing 'Follow The Saga': the whole story, regardless of where you jump in

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Over the years, stories have become more than just single bursts of information. These days, there's as much drama in the consumer technology world as there is sports, politics or your average episode of Days of our Lives. Take SOPA, for example. We'd be remiss of our duties here...
Introducing 'Follow The Saga': the whole story, regardless of where you jump in

Charles Carreon Claims A First Amendment Right To Make Vexatious Legal Threats Without Consequence

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If you haven't had your dose of nutty legal claims of late, Adam Steinbaugh alerts us to the latest in the long and ongoing saga of our buddy Charles Carreon. When we last checked in on Carreon, he had more or less admitted that his legal threats against a satirical...
Charles Carreon Claims A First Amendment Right To Make Vexatious Legal Threats Without Consequence

NZ spies knew Kim Dotcom shouldn't have been spied on, did it anyway

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When we last left off in the ongoing saga involving Kim Dotcom and the bumbling investigation into alleged crimes stemming from Megaupload, a New Zealand appeals court had ruled (PDF) nearly two weeks ago that Kim Dotcom has the right to sue the government of New Zealand for illegal surveillance....
NZ spies knew Kim Dotcom shouldn't have been spied on, did it anyway
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