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U.S. Cultural Diversity Mirrored by Smartphone Use

The shift toward enhanced mobile has almost conquered the whole of the United States, irrespective of race. A recently released study found that 77% of American mobile phone owners currently use a smartphone, with 91% of recent mobile phone purchasers opting for a smartphone (compared to 82% in Q4 2013). When broken out among various […]

Gigabit Broadband Expansion Heats Up

The competition to provide Gigabit broadband continues apace, claims a newly published survey. According to the study, which includes interviews with 20 Internet operators across the globe, 40% of service providers are planning to offer residential subscribers an average bandwidth speed of 1 Gigabit by 2017, compared to 15% today. Meanwhile, the current approximately 2-to-1 […]


Apple To Debut a Streaming TV Service This Fall

By Fox Van Allen, Techlicious Apple wants to replace your cable TV subscription. Recently, the tech giant announced its development of a new Internet-delivered subscription TV service. Set to launch this fall, Apple’s offering would bundle approximately 25 channels, including ABC, CBS and Fox, for a yet to be determined monthly price. The offering is not […]


SXSW ‘Future of TV’ Panel Focuses on Big Names in Streaming

By Fox Van Allen, Techlicious The South by Southwest (SXSW) conference and festival, held each year in Austin, Texas, always draws a number of companies eager to show off how well their business intersects music, film and technology. This year, executives from CNN and Hulu, along with noted producers Morgan Spurlock and Dan Harmon hosted […]

The Cord-Cutting Drumbeat Gets Louder

The question at this point is not whether a considerable percentage of the American public is dismayed with the state of their bundled cable television subscriptions (the former appears to be a foregone conclusion), but rather, how many consumers will decide to cut the cord, and when they will do it. According to a recently […]

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