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Video streaming beats cable subscriptions for the first time

As Apple pushes services, a subscription bundle could be in the future ZDNet’s Larry Dignan tells TechRepublic’s Karen Roby about a potential ‘Apple Prime’ subscription bundle. Read more: https://zd.net/2UMIpNd It had to happen eventually. People have been turning to cord-cutting for years to avoid paying higher cable and satellite TV ...

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Samsung Galaxy S10 5G reportedly launching April 5

Samsung has announced that the Galaxy S10 5G smartphone will go on sale on April 5, according to the Korea Herald. The report said Samsung will begin selling the handset in Korea, but that it will not be taking pre-orders. Revealed at Samsung Unpacked in San Francisco on February 20, ...

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The Web turns 30: Dream or nightmare?

In March 1989, Tim Berners-Lee submitted a proposal for an information management system to his boss, Mike Sendall. Sendall’s reply? “Vague, but exciting.” We know it today as the web. We’ve come a long, long way since then. Sir Tim Berners-Lee: ” “If you connect people together and keep the ...

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Gogo migrates to AWS, eyes real-time data processing

AWS WorkLink: Employees can log in safely into the corporate system through mobile The solution is designed to eradicate the need for custom browsers or VPNs. In-flight WiFi provider Gogo is shedding its data centers and migrating its infrastructure to Amazon Web Services. Gogo said the total cloud migration will ...

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Telstra kicks off regional upgrade

(Image: Telstra) Telstra has announced a program of work to upgrade and maintain its services in regional Australia. In a blog post, Telstra CEO Andy Penn said that while Telstra meets its Universal Services Obligation (USO) standards, some customers do have to “wait longer than they should” for services to ...

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