T-Mobile to launch a TV service, Patreon cancels fee increase
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T-Mobile will launch a TV service in 2018 but isn't disclosing much of the details just yet.
What we do know is the service will be backed through an acquisition of Layer3 TV, a company that ties together TV and social networking.
The plan for the roll out and how it could potentially shake up the industry remains to be seen.
After an overwhelming backlash against the plan to roll out a new fee increase, Patreon, the crowd funding creator platform, has decided to cancel it.
CEO Jack Conte made the announcement in the blog post, saying the company underestimated the value of smaller pledges, which would have been effected the most.
And finally Amazon has announced it has expanded same and one day delivery to thousands of more markets in the US during what's absolutely the busiest time of the year for shipping.
States all over the country are being served including cities in Arizona, California, Wisconsin, Texas, and many others.
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