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4 HOURS AGO - Yahoo! News

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The Weekender: on Kegels, Comcast, and Super Bowl Sunday

The week's big news sent to Sundance and into space on NASA's nickel — and we'll certainly be catching you up on anything you might've missed — but we'll also be setting you up for a stellar weekend back on this terrestrial plane. Tonight, NYC's Beacon Theater plays host to Video Games Live, an annual event that features professional orchestras ...

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7 HOURS AGO - Wired

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While You Were Offline: Taylor Swift Gets Hacked and Comcast Enrages the Internet

This week, the Internet abounded with important questions: How can someone who's trademarking a random phrase not look like a villain in these days of information wants to be free? Why shouldn't you piss off Comcast? Why are error pages the hot new thing on a certain website? The answers to all of these (and more) await you here, as ...

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19 HOURS AGO - Gizmodo

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More Comcast Customers Report Name Changes to "Whore" and "Dummy" 

Remember a couple days ago, when the world learned Comcast had changed a customer's name from "Ricardo Brown" to "Asshole Brown?" Looks like our Ricardo might not have been the only one. More Comcast customers have reported similar incidents to Elliott.org. The name changes range from "dummy" to "whore" to the slightly confusing "Fakoe Bez" (sounds like "Fuck you, Bez.")Read ...

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20 HOURS AGO - Ars Technica

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21 HOURS AGO - Yahoo! News

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Comcast just got a major ego boost from the FCC

On Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission voted in favor of a new standard for broadband Internet. From now on, anything less than 25Mbps downstream and 1Mbps upstream is no longer considered broadband — but there has been one unexpected (and perhaps unwanted) victor as result. As of January 29th, Comcast’s broadband market share is now greater than 50%. READ MORE: Comcast ...

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