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That's what one tech-savvy Netflix subscriber did when performance lagged on Verizon's network. The result? A 10x boost in his streaming speed.
A Microsoft boss rushed to reaffirm the company's commitment to Xbox Music and Video after comments from CEO Satya Nadella had people wondering if the services were destined for the dead pool.
The launch dates for these two highly anticipated titles have been pushed back - one by a little, one by a lot.
The U.S could fall into ruin as millions tune in to cable channel FXX’s marathon showing of every “Simpsons” episode ever, to be followed by a “Simpsons World” website and app. A perfect opportunity for Canada, which is geo-blocked, to take over the continent, as it’s always really wanted to.
Amazon's subscription service gets "hundreds of thousands" more songs to choose from at no extra charge.
This week's roundup of new iOS accessories includes gear for making music, listening to tunes, and sharing both with your friends.
That extra dollar Netflix is charging new subscribers didn't hurt membership numbers for the streaming video service, which saw paid membership rise 4 percent in the second quarter.
After seventeen years, Valve and ValveTime Database give us our first look at screenshots from the unreleased 1996 title Prospero.
Nvidia's new Android tablet is built for games, but it has productivity potential as well.
If you have yearned for a place where you could watch any and all of the 552 episodes to The Simpsons any time you wanted, your dream comes true in October.
The video streaming service plans to close up shop less than a year after launching.
The games industry lost its collective mind this week.
Microsoft's saw a big boost for its console sales after removing the much-maligned Kinect peripheral from the Xbox One, but it still wasn't enough to knock the PlayStation 4 from the top spot.
As Microsoft downsizes, Nokia looks to drop its Internet radio efforts.
Verizon says Netflix isn't buying enough bandwidth to deliver its streaming video to Verizon customers. But a major Internet backbone provider says that's just not the case.
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