Sunday, March 30, 2014

Netflix users on Verizon and AT&T get raw deal, have little reason for hope | Ars Technica

Netflix users on Verizon and AT&T get raw deal, have little reason for hope | Ars Technica: "But that question gets asked by customers of some Internet service providers (ISPs) a lot more than customers of others. Netflix's February rankings show that Google Fiber's average Netflix speed of 3.74Mbps was more than twice as high as Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon, which are the first, second, and fourth biggest broadband providers in the country. Cablevision, Cox, Suddenlink, and Charter beat the biggest ISPs in the national speed rankings too. RCN, a smaller carrier in the Northeast, last year outperformed all opponents in a speed test of just the Boston area."



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Five Facebook problems you need to fix right now - The Kim Komando Show

Five Facebook problems you need to fix right now - The Kim Komando Show: "Facebook has been in the news a lot recently. Mark Zuckerberg bought the What’s App company in February for a staggering, mind-blowing, huge – I’m running out of adjectives here – $19 billion. Last week, the company bought a little-known virtual-reality headset maker for $2 billion."



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