The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) wants to make it easier for U.S. citizens to file complaints against organizations and services, launching a new website to handle complaints. Named the Consumer Help Center, the new website will feature six categories of complaints—TV, phone, internet, radio, accessibility and emergency ...

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Alcatel wants to get involved in every mobile platform, including Palm OS if reports are true. Today, the French mobile provider announced the Alcatel Pixi, capable of running Android, Windows Phone or Firefox OS. Similar to most Alcatel smartphones, various models are available: 3.5-inch 3G-only model and ...

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Social media has been a prominent feature of the internet over the past decade, as more startups and companies try to crack the perfect way to connect with friends, family and random strangers. Facebook and Twitter appear to be nearest to optimal for large scale social networking, ...

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The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is focusing a large effort in sorting through comments and documents related to Comcast and Time Warner Cable, to make sure the impending merger is in the public interest and will not be a deterrent to innovation in the broadband market. A ...

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China has finally muted Gmail, after fighting with Google's web service for six months. Disruptions started in June this year, forcing Gmail users in China to access the email service through protocols. Microsoft Outlook and Apple's Mail portals have been the only way for Chinese users to ...

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Lizard Squad is back ruining the fun for gamers, this time taking down the PlayStation Network (PSN) and Xbox Live (XBL) on Christmas Day, ruining new gifts for millions of gamers. The attack effected all PSN and XBL users, potentially hitting over 100 million users on all ...

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North Korea's involvement in the Sony Pictures attack is still up for debate, even if U.S. officials have already revealed North Korea to be the prime attacker candidate. Security experts still do not see a strong connection between North Korea and the hacking group #GOP. In an ...

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Google News has been removed from Spain, following the new licensing law on headlines in the country. The Spanish Newspaper Publishers Association (AEDE) wanted to receive payment for every news story aggregated, but Google didn't agree. It is not the first time old media has misunderstood Google ...

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