Want to get a sneak peak at the Starbucks new holiday cups? Wait no longer. It looks like raw meat.’Nuff Said. Agree?
Update: As of this afternoon, the video has been removed—Curbed has reached out to the MTA for comment.
The Federal Communications Commission has given a helping hand to Louisville, Kentucky, in the city’s attempt to enforce local rules that would make it easier for Google Fiber to compete against AT&T.
The FCC has thrown its support behind Google Fiber’s attempts to reform utility pole attachment rules.
The pay TV industry is losing customers, but prices continue to climb. In fact, for US cable TV in particular, price increases have outpaced inflation for every single one of the past 20 years, according to a recent FCC report surfaced by CordCutting.com. Every one!
Post-nuclear war, zombie-killing video games are not Christine McMillan’s thing. But the 86-year-old from Ontario has been warned she could have to pay up to $5,000 for illegally downloading a game she’d never heard of.
Walmart has a reputation for selling things before the street date. In fact, we just saw this happen a few weeks ago with the Xiaomi Mi Box. This time, it’s Google Home that has (I’m sure completely by accident) made its way to the shelves of at least one Walmart.
Lawyer Sébastien Pierre-Roy, who is representing La Presse, speaks to reporters at the Montreal Courthouse on Monday, October 31, 2016. Lawyers from La Presse were attempting to obtain documents pertinent to a 24 surveillance warrant on journalist Patrick Lagacé by SPVM police.