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  • Alphadia Genesis brings RPG experience mobile

    GamerHub.tv Publisher Kemco and developer EXE Create have brought the role playing game Alphadia Genesis to mobile devices. The game makers have worked closely with Nvidia to bring a more console-style experience to mobile gamers on Shield. The game...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Middlesex Community College Foundation Awards Over $9,000 In Grants

    The Middlesex Community College Foundation, Inc. has awarded six mini grants totaling $9,437 to MxCC faculty and staff. The grants are presented by the Foundation's New Day Fund which supports innovative and evidence-based projects that advance MxCC's...
  • In a first, cable companies' broadband subscriptions surpass TV subscriptions

    In a first, cable companies' broadband subscriptions surpass TV subscriptions
    For the first time ever, cable companies have more Internet broadband subscribers than TV service subscribers, a new report says. At the end of the second quarter of 2014, the top cable providers served 49,915,000 broadband subscribers compared with 49,...
  • Time Warner Cable adds Pac-12 channels in Los Angeles

    Time Warner Cable adds Pac-12 channels in Los Angeles
    Just in time for the college football season, Time Warner Cable is adding five additional Pac-12 television channels to its lineup available to Los Angeles area subscribers. Time Warner Cable, Dish Network and AT&T U-Verse all currently offer Pac-12...
  • Royal Caribbean expands fast Internet to more ships

    Royal Caribbean expands fast Internet to more ships
    More cruise ship passengers can expect Internet service like they're used to at home. Beginning this fall, passengers aboard select Royal Caribbean International ships will be able to plug into a faster satellite-based Internet service powered by global...
  • Pac-12's Larry Scott preaches patience for conference's TV networks

    The grin on Larry Scott's face seems hard to explain. The commissioner of the Pac-12 Conference has come to talk television and, right off the bat, he must concede that not all the news is good. Entering their third year, his Pac-12 Networks still...
  • Pac-12 Network still on sidelines with DirecTV

    DirecTV's new deal to carry ESPN's SEC Network, a college sports channel devoted to the Southeastern Conference, isn't sitting well with Larry Scott, the commissioner of the Pac-12 Conference, whose own channels are still not carried by the satellite...
  • Comcast Signs Ten-Year Pact To Sponsor Nascar Tournament

    Nascar's Nationwide Series will, starting in 2015, become known as Nascar's Xfinity Series, the result of a ten-year sponsorship pact with Comcast Corp. Comcast's Xfinity, the name the company has given to its residential cable and broadband service,...
  • New data indicate bleak future for California GOP unless it retools

    New data indicate bleak future for California GOP unless it retools
    The big picture keeps getting bleaker for the California Republican Party. Young voters aren't joining. Neither are Latinos and moderates. Elderly white conservatives dominate the shrinking state GOP. And they don't offer much of a future. If you're a...
  • Comcast, TW Cable Set Shareholder Votes, Name for Charter Spinoff Company

    As the merger review process inches along at the FCC, Comcast and Time Warner Cable have set October dates for their respective shareholder votes on the blockbuster $45.2 billion union of the nation's largest cable operators. Meanwhile, Comcast and...
  • Google to refund at least $19 million for kids' in-app purchases

    Google to refund at least $19 million for kids' in-app purchases
    Google Inc. has agreed to pay at least $19 million in refunds to settle federal allegations that the Internet giant improperly billed parents for unauthorized purchases by their children while using mobile apps. The company also promised to change its...