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Time Warner Cable’s Road Runner email has outage issues – The Desert Sun

Posted: Saturday, June 14, 2014

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5 Things Microsoft’s Smartwatch Needs – Forbes

Posted: Saturday, June 14, 2014

Even though it hasn’t been formally announced, Microsoft Microsoft’s smartwatch is on the tech world’s radar. The USTPO first published Microsoft’s application for a “wearable personal information system” on May 1, and shortly thereafter Forbes’ own Parmy Olson had the scoop about what features the company’s smartwatch might offer, like cross-platform compatibility with not just Windows Phone, but also iOS and Android devices. Winning in the world of wearables means being…

FCC to probe Netflix’s battle vs. Internet providers – USA TODAY

Posted: Saturday, June 14, 2014

The ladies of Litchfield return for Season 2 of “Orange Is the New Black.”(Photo: Netflix) The Federal Communications Commission has begun reviewing who’s at fault in Netflix’s video streaming battle with Internet service providers, an indication that the issue may be subject to broader regulatory oversight as the agency recasts new net neutrality rules. Comcast, Netflix and Verizon Communications have agreed to the FCC’s review, and the agency will ask…

IRS Says Official’s Emails Were Lost in Computer Crash – Wall Street Journal

Posted: Saturday, June 14, 2014

WASHINGTON—The Internal Revenue Service said a former official’s 2011 computer crash significantly hampered its efforts to dig up correspondence requested as part of a congressional review of the agency’s treatment of conservative groups. The IRS said it is providing more emails to lawmakers and is doing its best to reconstruct correspondence from the former executive, Lois Lerner, who retired as the controversy unfolded last year. Its effort, which has included…

Time Warner Cable’s Road Runner email has outage issues – The Desert Sun

Posted: Saturday, June 14, 2014

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Internet Freedom Lives – Wall Street Journal

Posted: Saturday, June 14, 2014

Good news: On Wednesday the HouseJudiciary Committee finally plans to mark up the Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act. Once this bill passes in committee, House leaders of both parties should aim for an immediate floor vote for the sake of consumers and the American economy. The bill, authored by Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R., Va.) and co-sponsored by 138 Republicans and 76 Democrats, would wisely and permanently extend the…