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The pay-television provider ferrets out any reason users would turn to an online alternative, most recently removing prompts to log in to its online portal when using a home network.
The tech-news site is striking out after years of operating under the umbrella of Dow Jones, a unit of Rupert Murdoch's News Corp.
Even longtime users of Gmail, Google Drive, and Google search will find switching to competing services a painless and ultimately rewarding process.
I cut the cord. I came back. Now I'm feeling lost in the middle.
The KitchenAid Pro Line Series Cordless Hand Blender offers the freedom to mix without an obtrusive power cord. A variety of accessories makes the tool a versatile addition in the kitchen.
A new report by Nielsen shows that 5 million people in the U.S. no longer watch traditional television -- but that doesn't mean they aren't streaming video from other devices.
AfterShokz refines and redesigns its innovative bone conduction headphones and drops the cord in the process of creating the Bluez Bluetooth headphones.
Facebook might finally release a native Android app for everyone's stalking needs. Also this week, Sony's next flagship phone could be made out of lightning, and Boxee is rumored to be working on a cable-cutter's dream come true.
Second quarter numbers reportedly show that more than 400,000 pay-TV subscribers in the U.S. have dropped their service from DirecTV, Time Warner, Comcast, and more.
In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon explains why the Supreme Court's Aereo decision was bad for those who've ditched traditional TV service.