Report: Comcast is Working on a Mobile Phone Plan

Comcast appears to have a new trick up its sleeve. The cable operator is reportedly looking to create a mobile phone service that would mostly rely on Wi-Fi, according to a report by The Information. The alleged service would use Wi-Fi from wireless routers and public hotspots in areas where those services are available; and, … Continue reading

Amazon Tries Breaking From the Streaming-Video Pack With Offline Viewing for New Kindles

Amazon has been spending a lot of time and money trying to catch up to Netflix in the subscription-video race. So far, not much luck: Many more people seem to be watching video via Reed Hastings’s service. But now Jeff Bezos has something new: Offline viewing. Amazon’s new line of Kindle Fire HDX tablets will … Continue reading

Comcast’s ‘Internet Plus’ Offers Alternative HBO Bundle

Just last month Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes said he was open to the possibility of bundling HBO Go with broadband subscriptions, and it looks like that vision is now being executed – in a way. As spotted by DSL Reports and GigaOM, Comcast is now offering a package called Internet Plus. It puts together … Continue reading

EA has been voted “Worst Company in America” – Again.

For the second year in a row Electronic Arts has been voted as the worst company in America by the readers of the consumer-watchdog website The Consumerist. This makes them more hated than Bank of America, Comcast and Ticketmaster (of which took second, third, and fouth). Despite the fierce competition this year they managed to … Continue reading

Next Month’s Super Bowl Ads, Today

Old Super Bowl cliche: Lots of people watch it just to see the ads — they don’t care about football at all! New Super Bowl cliche: You don’t have to wait for the Super Bowl to see the Super Bowl ads — just check YouTube! Neither one of those are completely truthful, of course. For … Continue reading