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Anon gives vacation advice

Anon gives vacation advice 7382137'to Disney Worldone of these stupid Mickey-Ears hatsthe fucking thing mgearhead57 KB JPG 'Break into Cinderella' s Castleall the way the tepyour hands and yell to get the attention ofpark patrons belowtout, "I am motherfucking Tinkerbell!blarneyed conservativeness's.

Join Tech Titans to Save Net Neutrality

Join Tech Titans to Save Net Neutrality Today’s event, organized by Fight for the Future, is a response to plans by the FCC to curb a free and open Internet.In 2015, President Obama led the reclassification of broadband as a telecom service under “Title II” of the Communications Act, rather than an information service.

Are you a person on the internet right now?

Are you a person on the internet right now? We've been here before (paging John Oliver), but we have a new administration now so we're essentially back where we started.Yes, we're talking about net neutrality.

If you're a Verizon customer, you should change your PIN — now

If you're a Verizon customer, you should change your PIN — now If you're a Verizon customer, you need to change your PIN — the personal identification number you use when contacting customer service — right now.The security company, UpGuard, told Verizon about the exposed data on June 13, and Verizon had dealt with the problem by June 22, CNN reported.

Sprint is ruthlessly trolling Verizon with a brutal, fake pop-up shop

Sprint is ruthlessly trolling Verizon with a brutal, fake pop-up shop In its latest shot at competitor Verizon, Sprint decided to open up a unique pop-up shop in Queens called "Twice the Price," which essentially trolls Verizon's prices by overcharging for all of the featured items.Because, as the store's tagline goes, "Why pay less when you can pay more?

Pissed Netflix subscribers accuse Verizon of throttling video

Pissed Netflix subscribers accuse Verizon of throttling video Oh, and your Netflix binge sessions while you're at it.And, as no one likes the threat of their favorite show stuck in buffering hell, you'd better believe Netflix subscribers are pissed.

Roomba Maker Wants to Sell Maps of Your Home to Google, Amazon

Roomba Maker Wants to Sell Maps of Your Home to Google, Amazon “There’s an entire ecosystem of things and services that the smart home can deliver once you have a rich map of the home that the user has allowed to be shared,” Angle told Reuters.To some extent, this is iRobot’s effort to reposition itself after taking fire from manufacturers hawking less-expensive Roomba clones.

Net Neutrality is About to Die, but One Man Could Still Save It

Net Neutrality is About to Die, but One Man Could Still Save It With the FCC Ajit Pai’s crusade against Net Neutrality nearing its grim end, many have begun to lose hope that it can be stopped.While anyone can comment publicly on FCC proceedings, Nguyen’s complaint is the only one formal one.

Verizon's Unlimited video throttling isn't as bad as it sounds

Verizon's Unlimited video throttling isn't as bad as it sounds Now Verizon has followed suit with a more draconian, tiered Unlimited plan: Go Unlimited, Tiered Unlimited, Business Unlimited, and everyone is calling foul.The most affordable plan, $40 a month for four lines, holds all smartphones to 480p streaming video (larger-screened tablets get 720p).

Verizon Now Refuses to Stream 1080p to Any Smartphone, Period

Verizon Now Refuses to Stream 1080p to Any Smartphone, Period Starting immediately, Verizon’s “Unlimited” plan is $5 cheaper per month, but only streams video to smartphones at 480p, with tablets capped at 720p.The hotspot is limited to just 15GB per month, however, after which it throttles down to 600Kbps.

Verizon Slammed Over Unlimited Plans' Always-On Throttling

Verizon Slammed Over Unlimited Plans' Always-On Throttling , complicating) it’s unlimited data plans.Go Unlimited: For $75 per month, customers get unlimited 4G LTE data—which, “in times of congestion” may be “temporarily slower” (Verizon-speak for “we can suppress your data speeds at any time”).

You can get some of the best wireless tech products, all in one place

You can get some of the best wireless tech products, all in one place With impressive, full sound capabilities, you'll get crystal clear audio to power you through any workout.Since they're both sweat and weatherproof, the SoundSport headphones allow you to exercise wherever you like ­– no matter what Mother Nature may have in store.

My experience with Verizon

My experience with Verizon I've been with Verizon for a while with no incident, but this month it seems that **** it hitting the fan a bit.I've only used 9gb so far this month and my speeds have slowed dramatically from their normal 15mbps or so.

Lawyer up: You can now sue Yahoo over its massive data breaches

Lawyer up: You can now sue Yahoo over its massive data breaches If you were affected by the absolutely humongous Yahoo data breaches in recent years — and given they were so damn big, there's a decent chance you were — you may be in luck.It was actually in investigating this breach that Yahoo apparently "discovered" the 2013 breach, too.

Verizon's new ploy to get your data might be their most transparent attempt yet

Verizon's new ploy to get your data might be their most transparent attempt yet But most of those companies aren't quite as honest about it as Verizon.It's about as explicit a deal for your personal data as you can find.

Ookla: US Wireless, Wireline Speeds Continue to Lag Developed World

Ookla: US Wireless, Wireline Speeds Continue to Lag Developed World net report on wireless and wireline internet speeds in the United States, and the various carrier-specific and regional variations between different parts of the US itself.The average performance across the US had jumped dramatically in past years, but the last 12 months saw smaller gains.

Verizon Trades Concert Tickets For Customer Data

Verizon Trades Concert Tickets For Customer Data The telecom giant’s Verizon Up program promises everything from Uber rides and pumpkin spice lattes to front-row concert tickets and device upgrades.The refreshingly straightforward ploy requires a standard monthly plan, access to the My Verizon app, and enrollment in the Verizon Selects advertising program.