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New GOP bill seeks to let ISPs sell your web history to advertisers

New GOP bill seeks to let ISPs sell your web history to advertisers ) have introduced Congressional Review Act resolutions that would overturn the FCC’s privacy rules for ISPs.The resolutions will allow ISPs to sell the web histories of their customers to whatever “trusted partner” they wish.

Stunt SUV pulls a 'Transformer' and gets around gridlock

Stunt SUV pulls a 'Transformer' and gets around gridlock It looks like a standard Jeep Cherokee Wagon SUV, but when it gets stuck in traffic, the car body can lift up, the wheel base widens and then the car can drive right over other bumper-to-bumper- cars.It's really a shame that this cool, smart idea is is just a very well-executed marketing  stunt.

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Verizon may be the latest company working on a live TV streaming service

Verizon may be the latest company working on a live TV streaming service Just a week ago, details began to leak out that Comcast — a company which has previously said it has no interest in delivering streaming TV — was in fact considering launching a streaming TV service similar to Sling TV.Now it seems that another major company — Verizon — is considering a streaming service of its own, Bloomberg reports.

Major ISPs now say they won't sell your browsing history. Yeah. Right.

Major ISPs now say they won't sell your browsing history. Yeah. Right. Internet service providers are in an awkward spot.After getting all dressed up for the sell-your-data dance, it turns out they'll be staying home.

Yahoo + AOL = Oath? It's looking like that

Yahoo + AOL = Oath? It's looking like that What do you do when you buy one of the world's most recognizable tech brands?Business Insider first reported on the rebranding rollup and noted that it is unclear whether the Yahoo and AOL brands will remain in any capacity.

Which Verizon plan is best for you? We check out the family, individual, and prepaid plans

Which Verizon plan is best for you? We check out the family, individual, and prepaid plans But the biggest news recently though might be Verizon’s acquiescence to customer demands for unlimited data.The nation’s largest carrier was the last to bring back unlimited data, but it’s nice to see.

This giant Verizon drone is designed to give you internet service after disasters

This giant Verizon drone is designed to give you internet service after disasters When you're struggling to find a 4G LTE connection after a nasty storm in the future, you might be able to depend on some extra air support for coverage — at least if you're on Verizon's network.The carrier announced it recently tested a drone-based "flying cell-site" system for expanded air network coverage in emergency situations when power grids are knocked out.

Unlimited data helps Verizon stem massive subscriber loss in first quarter

Unlimited data helps Verizon stem massive subscriber loss in first quarter And the losses would have been even greater, if not for the introduction of its unlimited data plan.The wireless carrier reported its first quarter results today, and the news wasn’t encouraging.

T-Mobile spent its 420 trolling 'VerHIGHzon' about weed

T-Mobile spent its 420 trolling 'VerHIGHzon' about weed “There’s really only one explanation… Verizon has been #VerHIGHzon this whole time.” The company then proceeded to repeatedly post memes of the same image on that page for hours, cycling through various complaints about Verizon service and its business missteps.

Verizon Doesn't Seem to Know How Much its $70 Gigabit FiOS Actually Costs

Verizon Doesn't Seem to Know How Much its $70 Gigabit FiOS Actually Costs The new option, Verizon said in the press release, would only cost $70 per month.The previous top-of-the-line FiOS service was 750Mbps, priced at nearly $200.

Verizon pays more than $20 million to stream a single NFL game

Verizon pays more than $20 million to stream a single NFL game The telecom spent $21 million for the rights to stream a week-three match-up in London between the Baltimore Ravens and the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday.Yahoo may also carry the game if its sale to Verizon closes in time for the September date.

How to Speak Out Against the FCC's Attempt to Kill Net Neutrality

How to Speak Out Against the FCC's Attempt to Kill Net Neutrality Remember the halcyon days of 2015 when the Federal Communications Commission voted to secure net neutrality in the United States?Fake submissions won’t help the cause to protect net neutrality, so please use your real name and address.