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The FCC Just Released 2,444,672 Public Comments About Net Neutrality

The FCC Just Released 2,444,672 Public Comments About Net Neutrality

The FCC's proposed "Open Internet" rule is the single most commented-on rulemaking in the history of the agency, with nearly 4 million submissions to date. The FCC just dumped all of the words from the second commenting period, which ran from July 19th-September 15.

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Mario Aguilar

October 22nd

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Fitbit Charge, Charge HR, and Surge Leak Again in Sports Authority Ad

Fitbit Charge, Charge HR, and Surge Leak Again in Sports Authority Ad

Sports Authority is the latest source of leaked images of Fitbit's forthcoming activity trackers. An email advertisement sent to us by a tipster lists the unannounced Charge, Charge HR , and Surge trackers as available for pre-order. They're not, but it's almost certain that they will be soon.

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Mario Aguilar

October 21st

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Google Play Music Gets a New Look and Songza’s Suggestion Superpowers

Google Play Music Gets a New Look and Songza's Suggestion Superpowers

Today, Google Play Music gets smarter about the suggestions it offers, by taking into account the time of day, day of the week, and device you're using. So when you're dragging at the end of the work day, you get just the jams you need to get through it.

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Mario Aguilar

October 21st

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Sleater-Kinney: Bury Our Friends

Holy shit new Sleater-Kinney music for the first time in a decade. Today, Sleater-Kinney released "Bury Our Friends" and announced a new record, No Cities to Love, to be released in January. Oh and a tour. I'm so excited that I'm actually considering going to see their show at Terminal 5, New York's most loathsome club, just to get my ears exploded again.

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Mario Aguilar

October 20th

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Why Your Old Mac Can’t Use Handoff in OS X Yosemite

Why Your Old Mac Can't Use Handoff in OS X Yosemite

One of the coolest features of OS X Yosemite is Handoff, which allows you to transition your app session on an iOS device to a Mac and vice versa. Unfortunately, Handoff isn't going to work with every Mac.

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Mario Aguilar

October 17th

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The Steve Ballmer GIF Bloomberg Businessweek Cover Is Just Perfect

The Steve Ballmer GIF Bloomberg Businessweek Cover Is Just Perfect

Bloomberg Businessweek's new cover is the best Ballmer Photoshop of all time.

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Mario Aguilar

October 16th

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PopcornTime Defiantly Pops Back Up After Domain Gets Suspended

PopcornTime Defiantly Pops Back Up After Domain Gets Suspended

The most popular way of accessing the popular "Netflix for torrents" service PopcornTime abruptly went down last week when European regulators suspended the domain registration for Time4Popcorn.eu. In a message today, the anonymous devs behind the service say the service is back—and won't be shut down ever.

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Mario Aguilar

October 13th

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How Much Would a Retina iMac Cost?

How Much Would a Retina iMac Cost?

Rumor has it that on Thursday, Apple will announce new iMacs with Retina displays. How much will this computer cost you? Logic dictates that all those extra pixels will add up to very pricey, but there's reason to think it might not be as bad as you think. Let's see what a little Apple history can give us for guidance.

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Mario Aguilar

October 13th

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Source of Snapchat Hack Says Only 500MB of Data Affected

Source of Snapchat Hack Says Only 500MB of Data Affected

Over the weekend, third-party Snapchat service Snapsaved confirmed it was hacked. The good news is that it claims only 500MB of data were compromised. The bad news is that it could still be a ton of snaps.

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Mario Aguilar

October 13th

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Zeiss VR One Is a $100 Virtual Reality Face Case For Your Phone

Zeiss VR One Is a $100 Virtual Reality Face Case For Your Phone

Carl Zeiss just announced VR One, a virtual reality headset for use with a smartphone. It's similar to the Gear VR by Samsung and Oculus, except at $100, it's cheaper.

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Mario Aguilar

October 10th

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