FCC doesn’t care about Netflix mobile throttling, declines to launch investigation

Mar 31

When you pay Netflix to connect you with streaming on-demand entertainment each month, do you assume you’re getting the same experience as every other customer? Of course; why wouldn’t you think that? So it came as a big surprise last week when we learned that Netflix had taken it upon itself to artificiality limit the bandwidth made available to users...

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Face-swapping apps taken to a new level with Project Murphy

Mar 31

Today at Build 2016, Microsoft introduced Project Murphy, a fun new face-swapping website. The post Face-swapping apps taken to a new level with Project Murphy appeared first on...

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Windows 10 UWP apps from Hulu, NASCAR, Dailymotion and Nickelodeon coming to Xbox One

Mar 31

Many Windows 10 apps made for the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) will be making their way to the Xbox One in the near future. Microsoft quietly revealed four of them as part of an overall look at the company’s Build 2016...

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build 2016: BMW and Microsoft partner up for Google Now-like functions

Mar 31

BMW used Build 2016 to launch its new BMW Connected North America app for iOS users, which brings a Google Now personal assistant to its cars. The platform is powered by the Microsoft Azure-based Open Mobility Cloud. The idea is to leverage your cloud-based data, like your calendar, messages, contacts, commute times, real-time traffic data and driving habits, to...

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As Apple questions FBI's hacking methods, list of unlock cases grow

Mar 31

Just a few days after the FBI revealed that it had found a way to unlock the iPhone at the center of the San Bernardino shooting case without Apple’s help – thus vacating the court order that caused most of Silicon Valley to side with Apple – it has agreed to help unlock another iPhone and iPod in a different case. The FBI agreed on Wednesday...

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