Category: Bridge

Comcast Cable’s bid to sell its wholesale business to Time Warner Cable goes to the FCC

Comcast Cable announced a $10 billion bid for Time Warner’s cable wholesale business, which includes the vast majority of its U.S. homes, as part of its $45 billion acquisition of NBCUniversal.The deal includes the NBCUniversal brand.Comcast, which owns NBCUniversal and Time Warner cable, also owns Comcast SportsNet and NBCUniversal Studios.The

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How to connect your home to the internet with a wireless router

When you have a wired connection, you can connect your phone, computer or tablet to the network, but you have to do it with an ethernet or wireless router.For example, if you use a computer connected to a wireless network, the computer is not able to communicate with your router

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What’s wrong with the Cable Cables?

By Zvi Adel article Cables are becoming the most widely used type of power cord in the world, and they are a major source of pollution and noise.A cable is basically a metal tube that carries power from one place to another.Its very small and lightweight, and the cords are

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How to Upgrade Your Cable to Boost Your Internet Streaming Content

If you’ve been paying for Internet service for some time, you’ve likely heard the buzz about the impending introduction of net neutrality protections, which will require ISPs to treat all online content equally.The FCC is scheduled to vote on the rules in June.However, net neutrality is not the only issue

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How to fix a broken VGA cable

A VGA video cable that’s been broken for a few years may be out of warranty, but if it’s your only source of power for your laptop, then this article may be of assistance.A few weeks ago, we found ourselves at a tech store where we were looking for a

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How to avoid the FCC’s net neutrality rules

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission voted unanimously Tuesday to reclassify broadband as a telecommunications service under Title II of the Telecommunications Act of 1996, and reclassification would enable it to impose the same restrictions on broadband providers as traditional cable companies.Net neutrality rules have been in place for decades to

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How cable companies are pushing us to spend less on our cable TV subscriptions

By David Macdonald, Al Jazeera America staffA cable company is pushing consumers to pay more for their TV subscriptions.The push to keep the subscription rate high has the cable industry scrambling to adapt to a world where cable and satellite are increasingly the only means of getting high-speed internet.As cable

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Comcast Cable subscribers pay an average of $1,300 a month for Comcast cable packages in New York

A Comcast Cable subscriber pays an average $1.2 million a year for Comcast Cable packages in Manhattan, according to new data.The data was released Friday by the Manhattan district attorney’s office.Comcast has not yet responded to requests for comment.The data includes customers who pay $50 or more a month.The district

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How to get cable in Israel for free

An Israeli cable retailer is giving away free cable for free, to encourage customers to upgrade to a cheaper version.A Tel Aviv-based cable operator, Tel Aviv Cable, said on Thursday that it is offering its customers free access to cable packages with its own channels on demand and to subscribers

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Why Rogers is considering selling its cable streaming service

Rogers is planning to sell its video streaming service in the coming months, following a series of announcements that it would no longer be able to offer pay-TV services to its subscribers.A company statement on Wednesday said the Rogers Cable TV streaming service would go on sale “as soon as

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