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  • Netflix Chief Hastings: Internet Providers Should Provide Free Access to Content Companies

    Netflix CEO Reed Hastings agreed to pay Comcast for direct connections to the cable giant's Internet networks. But he isn't happy about it. The exec issued a call for a "strong" form of net neutrality that would prohibit broadband service providers...
  • Comcast-TW Cable: Whirlwind of Talks, Shifting Alliances Led to Deal

    A 300-plus page proxy filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission offers intriguing detail on the fast-moving negotiations that led to Comcast's $45.2 billion merger pact with Time Warner Cable. Thursday's filing underscores the windfall that is...
  • Looking ahead to wearable tech in the workplace

    Looking ahead to wearable tech in the workplace
    The past four columns have been more serious than consumers of my worldly workplace wisdom have come to expect. Perhaps it's a sign of maturity, or maybe an indication that I've begun viewing the working world with greater reverence. Whatever the...
  • Little Leapers bridges the digital divide for kids 3 to 5

    More than 40 guests, including families, children, Harford County officials, library representatives and members of the Harford County Public Library Foundation attended the launch of the Little Leapers 3.5 program on March 5 at the Edgewood library....
  • The war between Netflix and Comcast bursts into the open

    It was obviously a little soon for everyone to claim that February's deal between Netflix and Comcast, assuring the video streaming service more direct connections to Comcast's home customers, resolved the issues between them. Or does anyone think...
  • Al Franken Blasts Comcast, Time Warner Cable Merger Again

    Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) again took to the airwaves to criticize the proposed merger of Comcast with Time Warner Cable, telling "CBS This Morning" on Monday that the combination will see customers paying more. "I think consumers will end up paying more,...
  • Your new mobile wingman

    Your new mobile wingman
    Thanks to the power of mobile technology, a bad date doesn't have to be a waste of time after all. With Datebook, a new feature on eHarmony's mobile app, users can rate their dates on a scale of one to four (from "stay away" to "crazy about"), and...
  • Time Warner Cable CEO: Comcast Deal Is a 'Dream Combination'

    Time Warner Cable CEO Rob Marcus, a lame duck with Comcast's pending $42 billion takeover of the No. 2 cable operator, called the proposed merger a "dream combination" that will accelerate innovation and efficiency of the combined company. Marcus, who...
  • Reports: Florida movie theater shooter also sent text message

    A man who shot a fellow Florida theater-goer in a dispute over the victim's texting sent a text message himself minutes before the fatal gunfire, according to records obtained this week by news organizations. Curtis Reeves, a 71-year-old former police...
  • 'Need for Speed' hopes to cruise. Liberty has Sirius change.

    'Need for Speed' hopes to cruise. Liberty has Sirius change.
    After the coffee. Before finding my winter coat. The Skinny: Friday's roundup includes the box-office preview and John Malone's latest financial maneuverings. Also, a look at DreamWorks, which hopes "Need for Speed" can be a hit. I'm out of town this...
  • Liberty Media Drops Plan to Buy Rest of SiriusXM, Creates Two Tracking Stocks

    John Malone's Liberty Media said it has given up efforts to acquire the stake in satellite-radio company SiriusXM that it doesn't already own, and instead is focused on raising capital for cable company Charter Communications to expand. The company is...