ATT Slow Cooks Neutrality

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AT&T Slow Cooks Neutrality
Number 2143
Broadcast Date JANUARY 7, 2014
Episode Length 31:00
Hosts Tom Merritt
Guests Jon Brodkin

Tom chats with Jon Brodkin from Ars Technica. They’ll talk a little about CES and a lot about whether AT&T’s new ‘subsidized data’ plans break net neutrality.

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AT&T does not believe it violates the FCC’s Open Internet Order (fewer wireless restrictions, not ‘faster’ service)
  • Intel announces ‘lots of stuff’ at CES, including the littlest wearable
A headset nicknamed Jarvis that pairs with smartphone personal assistant apps.
A onesie that transmits your babies vital signs to a coffee cup
A smart watch that can be geofenced so you know when Grandpa wanders out of the house with it on.
Edison a 22-nanometer dual-core PC the size of an SD card.
A dual OS platform that could switch from Windows to Android at the touch of a button.
  • Sony confirms it plans an Internet TV service that will deliver live TV, video on demand and cloud DVR storage to most Sony devices
The company also will launch “PlayStation Now” in closed beta at the end of January followed by a full launch this summer.
The Gaikai-powered service will allow users to stream games from a Playstation to a PS4 or Vita.
Sony also showed off the HMZ-T3Q, a head-mounted virtual display similar to the Oculus Rift.
If you’re tired of Yahoo Answers, which seems to actually leave you less helped than when you asked it something, get ready for Jelly.
And the Q&A seems more short-form than Quora. You can download the app now for iOS and Android.

News From You

Michael Bay’s posting about his demo meltdown during the Samsung event at CES. According to Bay, he was so excited by the curved 105-inch 4K TV that he”skipped over the Exec VP’s intro line and then the teleprompter got lost. Then the prompter went up and down – then I walked off. I guess live shows aren’t my thing.” It happens, man. Go explode something. You’ll feel better.
Submitted by: clemro
Geekwire report on T-Mobile CEO John Legere getting ejected from the AT&T party at CES. CNET’s Roger Cheng tweeted a picture of himself with Legere from the party and Legere was subsequently escorted out. Legere told Recode he just wanted to hear Macklemore. Go pop some tags John, you’ll feel better.
Submitted by: DownClimb
PulseWallet is a credit card terminal and register with a built-in biometric palm reader that photographs your vein pattern— which of course you can pair with your credit card. Talk about blood money. The product was announced Tuesday and goes on sale next month.
Submitted by: robstak
Science posting about astrophysicist and co-founder of the Astronomy Picture of the Day, Robert Nemiroff and graduate student Teresa Wilson of the Michigan Technological University, conducting a search for evidence of time travelers on the Internet. The pair looked for postings or references to Comet ISON or the election of Pope Francis before either time became a known entity. They didn’t find any evidence. Obviously time travelers are very careful.
Submitted by: Alan

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"The fungi at CES 2014"
ATT Slow Cooks Neutrality
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