Eric writes a Medium post when he should be working
Donald Trump uses unsecured Android Phone while in office
I wonder if he uses it to send emails. I don’t think anyone would get caught up on something so meaningless though…
A quick glimpse at his official Twitter account also makes it clear that his most explosive tweets are still coming…www.engadget.com
Tech companies begin fight against municipal broadband rules
My home state has rules like this to prevent cities from competing with glorious Time Warner Cable, it seems like the literal definition of regulatory capture.
Google and Netflix joined a handful of advocacy groups and other companies lobbying against a proposed Virginia state…arstechnica.com
AT&T and T-Mobile continue to offer oddly specific deals to subscribers who switch from the other
Competition is good and all, but I feel like just competing on price or service would be preferable.
In mid-December, T-Mobile offered AT&T customers who switched to the Uncarrier a free year of the DIRECTV NOW streaming…www.droid-life.com
Sega adds classic game soundtracks to Spotify
This is the single best thing I’ve ever read
I know what I'm doing today, . Sega just dumped a ton of their music onto Spotify, and even if you don't have a…www.destructoid.com
Trump tells EPA to pull climate change information
They should just skip ahead a few steps and call them the Ministry of Climate.
Trump's selection to head the agency, Scott Pruitt, has not yet been confirmed but is a noted skeptic of the issue and…www.engadget.com
New FCC chairman Ajit Pai states some new goals of FCC
The goals seem fairly positive, but the guy voted against lots of pro-consumer regulation under Tom Wheeler’s FCC, including Net Neutrality. Until further notice, he’s basically the Dingo that John Oliver thought Tom Wheeler would be.