How Somebody Forced the World’s Internet Traffic Through Belarus and Iceland

If you used the Internet in 2013, there’s a good chance your traffic passed through the hands of ISPs in Belarus and Iceland. It shouldn’t have happened.

Cisco Checks on the Cloud and Confirms That It’s Getting Bigger

You probably knew that. But did you know how big?

Twitter Acquires Social TV Tracker Trendrr

Another TV-focused acquisition for the microblogging social network.


Time Warner Cable Proposes End to CBS Blackout

Time Warner Cable proposed an end to the three-day old blackout of CBS on the cable operator’s TV channel lineup, offering two possible solutions to resolve the stalemate.


Internet Pricing: The Next Policy Frontier

Usage-based pricing is not inherently anticompetitive or anti-consumer: Those who value the network more pay more.


TV Is Changing Before Our Eyes

I believe we live in a show-based world, and that shows delivered over IP allow for the slow unbundling of television.

Mobile Rewards Apps That Lure Shoppers Back to Stores

Would these apps convince you to leave the comfort of your couch?


Online Media Will Star at the Conventions

Political conventions are coming of age as digital-media events.


Cable Companies Going Online: It’s the Advertising, Stupid

Netflix, YouTube and Amazon are nipping at cable’s dominance as the best video-delivery game in town.

T-Mobile’s $20 Prism Sacrifices Speed, but Not Call Quality

T-Mobile aims its $20 Prism at first-time smartphone buyers. But is it worth it to scrimp?

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