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Internet media and research group IDATE has just published a study suggesting that cord cutting will spread from the U.S. to Europe, arguing that the same market forces will apply there. It contends, therefore, that European pay TV operators should learn from...
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Although it's no surprise that cable providers have been expanding to other parts of the living room to saturate market share, what may be a surprise is that now, they are officially required to do it. This new mandate may be a giant one to finally get some...
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I turned the four letters of my last name into 23 letters. Learn why.
The best part about the current broadband we enjoy today, in addition to the amazing speeds, is that its typically not metered. We can stream and watch as much as we want, for a flat rate. However that may be changing, and as such may affect how we watch streaming...
The problem with the live 121212 broadcast was that the technology to protect against unwanted profanity is there, you just have to use it correctly

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With higher resolutions and larger HD screens, wide shots using very wide lenses can be a problem because they allow viewers to see that infinity doesn’t quite resolve into perfect sharpness.

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