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Comcast shows service chops, dubs man ***hole on bill

To hear Comcast tell it, customer service is the company's no. 1 priority. But someone must have forgotten to tell the company's customer service representatives. After his wife attempted to drop their cable service from Comcast, Spokane, Wash. resident Ricardo Brown recently found Read More →

Apple drops iPods from earnings report

Remember when Apple was the iPod company? Well, it is no more. Oh, sure, Apple still sells the digital music players. And the iPod's legacy can still be seen in the iPhone, the iPad and Apple TV. But sales of the Read More →

Facebook says outage was self-inflicted, denies cyberattack

Facebook denied hackers brought down its website Monday night, saying instead an internal change sparked the outage. "This was not the result of a third-party attack but instead occurred after we introduced a change that affected our configuration systems," a company Read More →

Wolverton: Sling TV a promising alternative to cable TV

I really like the idea of Sling TV, but I'm not entirely sold on Dish's new low-cost pay TV service. On first blush, Sling TV, which Dish announced at the Read More →

Next Overstock delivery: Streaming video

Netflix and Amazon may soon have a new rival in the streaming video market. Overstock.com, the discount online retailer and Amazon wannabe, plans to get in the game. At a Read More →

Cameras are rolling for Steve Jobs biopic

It's lights, camera, action at Steve Jobs' childhood home. Crews working on a biopic of the late Apple CEO began shooting on Friday in the garage of the modest Los Altos home where Jobs grew up, CNET reported. No detail Read More →
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