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Comcast, Clearwire Launch 4G WiMax: MediaBytes with Shelly Palmer June 30, 2009

If you are having trouble viewing our video player, check out MediaBytes on YouTube. Comcast has teamed up with Clearwire to offer one of the first 4G wireless data networks. Comcast High-Speed 2go will go live today in Portland and with offerings in Atlanta, Chicago and Philadelphia planned by the end of the year. This ...

Palm Pre Selling for Sprint, Coming to Verizon: MediaBytes with Shelly Palmer June 10, 2009

If you are having trouble viewing our video player, check out MediaBytes on YouTube. Sprint is happy to report that the Palm Pre sold more units in its first weekend than any other device the company has launched. Sources say that the between 50,000 and 100,000 Pre's were sold last weekend. Accordingly, almost 80% of ...

Acer to Power Netbooks with Google's Android OS: MediaBytes with Shelly Palmer June 3, 2009

If you are having trouble viewing our video player, check out MediaBytes on YouTube. Acer is set to be the first PC manufacturer to package its netbooks with Google's Android operating system. One of the finest selling points about Google's OS is that its free, which allows Acer to sell its netbooks at an event cheaper ...

AT&T Will Double Its Wireless Network Speed By 2011: MediaBytes with Shelly Palmer May 28, 2009

If you are having trouble viewing our video player, check out MediaBytes on YouTube. In case you were wondering, it's official, "Kris Allen is, without a doubt, the American Idol," Fox and FremantleMedia said. According to AT&T, "a few local AT&T employees" were invited to attend local viewing parties in Arkansas, "Caught ...

R.I.P Craigslist Erotic Services Page: MediaBytes with Shelly Palmer May 14, 2009

If you are having trouble viewing our video player, check out MediaBytes on YouTube. Craiglist announced that it will get rid of the "erotic services" portion of its site. The popular web-based classifieds site has been under scrutiny over the section, which houses thousands of ads for sexual services, many of which are ...

Amazon to Unveil New, Big Screen Kindle: MediaBytes with Shelly Palmer May 5, 2009

If you are having trouble viewing our video player, check out MediaBytes on YouTube. Amazon is set to launch a larger screened Kindle. Reports from those briefed on the matter note that the device may be unveiled during an Amazon press conference at Pace University in NYC on May 6th. The new version of the Kindle, which is ...

MTV Social Media Show Sharing Ad Rev with Facebook, Twitter: MediaBytes with Shelly Palmer May 4, 2009

If you are having trouble viewing our video player, check out MediaBytes on YouTube. MTV's new social media-television program will share ad rev with Facebook and Twitter. The new show, What You're Watching With Alexa Cheung, will feature live tweets, as well as Facebook updates. The move, which is obvious for a network ...

Supreme Court Says FCC has the Right to Censor Expletives: MediaBytes with Shelly Palmer April 29, 2009

If you are having trouble viewing our video player, check out MediaBytes on YouTube. The Supreme Court upheld the FCC's right to censor explicit content on live television. A 5-4 decision revered an Appellite Court ruling which stated that the FCC did not have the right change its stance on expletives. The Court also ...

FCC Developing Broadband Grid Plan : MediaBytes with Shelly Palmer April 9, 2009

If you are having trouble viewing our video player, check out MediaBytes on YouTube. The FCC began its Notice of Inquiry to create a National Broadband Plan. A plan to roll out a nationwide, broadband grid is part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, which requires the FCC to develop "the most effective and ...

Metamerica: Evolving The Governance Of A Digital Democracy

Metamerica: Evolving The Governance Of A Digital Democracy

Dateline New York: April 3, 2015 -- The White House issued a statement today urging people to stay calm. The Federal Data Depository Corporation is now saying that people will have access to some of their data as early as next week. "Health records are job one," said the HHS director in a joint statement. "We have back-ups ...