Net Neutrality

Net Neutrality: Top 10 Names the Government should consider for their Rebranding Contest

Aug 21st - When most people hear the words "Net Neutrality" they immediate think of the internet as we know it being destroyed. All of the negativity and confusion around the term "Net Neutrality" is making it difficult to know what box to check that advances their best interest.

Annoying Comcast ad brags about their stance on Net Neutrality

May 12th - An ad promoting the Comcast and Time Warner merger as a glorious thing for consumers includes net neutrality protection as one of the benefits. But if the deal goes through, it could be one of the biggest blows to net neutrality we've seen in quite awhile.

Google and other tech giants sign open letter to oppose FCC’s internet “fast lanes” proposal

May 7th - The FCC could be making a HUGE mistake if their internet "fast lanes" proposal comes to pass. Today, Google, Amazon, Microsoft, and other tech giants are standing up against the FCC in a newly published open letter.

Strangling the Internet: Government headed in disastrous direction [OPINION]

Apr 24th - We may soon be entering an age of digital discrimination, where all websites are not created equal. The government is supporting a law to allow Internet Service Providers like Comcast to charge websites and companies fees to ensure their content is distributed with guaranteed speed to consumers.


Motorola DROID Turbo leaked in the flesh ahead of its Oct 28th unveiling

Oct 22nd - The Motorola DROID Turbo has probably leaked more times than Motorola or Verizon may have liked. Even though we still have a little more than 5 days until Verizon’s DroidDoes site fully reveals the beastly Android device, the folks at AndroidSpin are giving us an early look at the phone in the flesh. Despite being […]

Google Wallet’s upcoming ad campaign hopes to spread the word about rival Apple Pay service for Android

Oct 22nd - By now, we've all heard about Apple Pay but what about Google Wallet, Android's mobile payment solution? In a new ad campaign, Google is hoping to get the word out about their rival Apple Pay service.

Digits is Twitter’s new tool to help developers avoid using passwords

Oct 22nd - As part of Twtiter's first mobile developer conference in 4 years -- dubbed Flight -- the social network talked about their latest efforts to add millions of new users by way of eliminating the password.

The T-Mobile G1 is 6 years old, let’s take a trip down memory lane!

Oct 22nd - It's the year 2008. "Britney Spears" is the most-searched term on Yahoo.com. Tina Fey is impersonating Sarah Palin on SNL. Google and HTC release the very first phone to run a new operating system called "Android."

Samsung reveals plans to sell Galaxy Note 4 developer edition for Verizon

Oct 22nd - Samsung and Verizon always seem to be cuddle buddies when it comes to developer editions of their phones. The two have once again come together to offer a developer edition of Samsung's latest flagship, with said flagship being the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.