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SEP 18, 2014 - VentureBeat

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NFL fans don’t need to pay Comcast or Time Warner to watch football. Here’s how

At first glance, you might think you need the biggest cable package to catch all the NFL action, but with a bit of planning, you can easily go without.

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SEP 18, 2014 - TheNextWeb

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Virtually everything: How the physical world is being consumed by software services

This post is brought to you by Comcast Business. Follow us @comcastbusiness. Marc Andreesen famously said in 2011 that “software is eating the world”. I believe that’s only the case because of underlying changes to the hardware that’s facilitated it. The creation of that world-eating software, the coding jobs that it creates and the wealth it generates would all be ...

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SEP 17, 2014 - Wall Street Journal

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FCC Chief Defends Secret Meetings

The FCC's chief defended the use of secret meetings during merger reviews, in response to criticism from Comcast and a senator.

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SEP 17, 2014 - Huffington Post

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Riding the Back of the Digital Bus

Major telecommunications firms - think Comcast, Verizon, AT&T and the like - want to be able to send you to an Internet slow lane if you don't have enough money pay for topflight service - or if they simply don't like the information you're sending out. That's bad for everyone who's not a wealthy corporation, and it's especially bad for ...

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SEP 17, 2014 - BetaNews

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3 million comments prove people care about net neutrality

More than three million comments, from consumers, businesses and other organizations, have been submitted in response to the controversial US debate over net neutrality. The controversy has arisen over whether Internet service providers, such as Comcast and Verizon, should be allowed to introduce fast lanes, delivering paid-for traffic to users more quickly. The debate, which closed on 15 September, saw ...

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