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    The Daily Feed with Sara Underwood 9.06.12

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    Sara Underwood covers all the announcements from the Amazon press event, the FCC's new venture to track mobile broadband speeds, The Dark Knight Rises Blu-ray extras, a new Child's Play film and...

    Posted: Sep 6, 2012


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    The Daily Feed with Sara Underwood 8.27.12

    Attack of the Show

    Sara Underwood rounds up the latest news on The Feed, with headlines about the passing of Neil Armstrong, a new type of military make-up to help protect soldiers from burns and the FCC's plans to...

    Posted: Aug 27, 2012


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    FCC Rules on Net Neutrality

    Attack of the Show

    The FCC voted to pass the first bill ruling on net neutrality, which could potentially change the landscape of the Internet as we know it. Kevin Pereira discusses the issue with Declan McCullagh,...

    Posted: Dec 21, 2010


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    FCC Unveils National Broadband Plan

    Attack of the Show

    The FCC has released their official report for a national broadband plan, outlining their ideas to provide Internet access for 100 million households. Chris Hardwick and Maggie Reardon, Senior...

    Posted: Mar 16, 2010


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    FCC Backing Net Neutrality

    Attack of the Show

    For once, the FCC may be looking out for consumers. Kevin Pereira and CNet.com's Maggie Reardon take a hard look at their new 6 rules about net neutrality that could protect Internet users from...

    Posted: Sep 21, 2009


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    FCC Broadband Speed Limit Debate

    Attack of the Show

    Your internet may be slow right now, but it could get a lot worse. Earlier this week, some of the country's biggest ISPs filed suit with the FCC to lower the minimum speed for broadband internet....

    Posted: Sep 3, 2009


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    Rob Delaney on the FCC, Nigerian Scammers, and Zombie Outbreaks

    Attack of the Show

    The FCC, Nigerian scammers and supposedly real zombie outbreaks are all making news these days, and Rob Delaney isn't having any of it.

    Posted: Jun 21, 2012


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    FCC's Net Neutrality Ruling on The Loop & AOTS Faxathon Returns Tonight!

    Tonight on Attack of the Show, Kevin Pereira and CNET.com's Declan McCullagh discuss the FCC's first ruling on net neutrality, what the bill entails and how this could change the Internet as we...

    Posted: Dec 21, 2010


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    FCC Pushing Forward with Net Neutrality

    Attack of the Show

    Despite legal setbacks, the FCC is moving forward with their net neutrality plan. Kevin Pereira talks to Engadget's Nilay Patel to talk about the FCC's proposal and why companies are opposing the...

    Posted: May 6, 2010


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    FCC Unveils Plan To Beef Up Broadband

    Obviously the United States is the most awesome, super-special nation in the world, but one way in which we are not number one is our internet. Sure, we have the greatest percentage of YouTube...

    Posted: Mar 16, 2010


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    FCC Probing Cell phone Carriers

    The Federal Communication Commission is looking into competition among wireless providers in the United States. Right now, four national carriers control about 90 percent of the cell phone market,...

    Posted: Aug 27, 2009


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    FCC Approves Samsung's INNOV8 Phone

    The new Samsung 8850 INNOV8 phone will finally come to American soil. While it's not the first Symbian S60 handset to sport an eight-megapixel camera, everyone is raving that it's one of the best...

    Posted: Dec 29, 2008 | 9 Comments


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    FCC Delays Free Internet Initiative Again

    A story I wrote about rather ferociously back in May and then continued the following week, is back in the news again. It turns out the FCC's plan to auction off a frequency to the highest bidder,...

    Posted: Dec 16, 2008 | 18 Comments


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    FCC Ruling Grants Airwaves Usage

    This week, The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved a deal sought by tech companies such as Google, Inc. and Microsoft to grant usage of soon-to-be vacant airwaves to new wireless...

    Posted: Nov 5, 2008 | 1 Comment


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    FCC: Comcast Can't Block BitTorrent

    According to the Federal Communications Commission, Comcast is not allowed to keep its subscribers from using file-sharing applications like BitTorrent. Although the FCC offered strongly worded...

    Posted: Aug 4, 2008 | 7 Comments


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