Last week’s vote by the FCC to approve new net neutrality rules was seen as a big win for streaming services like Netflix, as it prevents ISPs from throttling or blocking access to online content and from prioritizing any data. And indeed, Netflix has been one of the more vocal corporate cheerleaders for neutrality. But that apparently hasn’t stopped the company from making deals that calls into question Netflix’s actual stance on the issue. [More]
Yesterday we told you that Tim Hoettges, CEO of T-Mobile US parent company Deutsche Telekom, had expressed some concern over the carrier’s long-term ability to continue its aggressive “Un-Carrier” promotions and competitive pricing without a merger partner. Judging by reactions of T-Mobile US CEO John Legere, he’s not exactly thrilled with the way this story is playing out in the media. [More]
Minnesota Senator Al Franken has made no effort to hide his opposition to the pending merger of Comcast and Time Warner Cable. Now the actor/writer-turned-lawmaker is saying he wishes others would be more open about their feelings on the controversial deal. [More]
Writing “Toyota Sucks” on your roof and turning your Toyota truck into an anti-Toyota billboard may seem like a slightly fruitless exercise. That is, until both of them end up on Google Maps, much to the amusement of the Internet.