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Mar 11 2016

Fast Growing Petition Puts Pressure On Netflix To Unblock VPN Users

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There’s a lot of users that are using VPNs to connect into Netflix. Recently, Netflix started cracking down on their customers were using VPNs to access their services. Unfortunately, there’s a lot of customers that were using VPNs for legitimate purposes, but because people outside of the United States are using a VPN service to …

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Nov 02 2013

ISP’s Anxious to Charge for Bandwidth Overages as Netflix Offers UHDTV

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As consumers start snapping up the ultra HD 4K televisions are being produced now, consumers are now expecting to be able to take full advantage of the ultra HD resolution. As the most popular streaming service, Netflix has stepped up and started offering ultra HD content on a test basis. Netflix has a support page …

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Jul 26 2013

Can you and your ISP handle the download of Ultra HDTV Media?

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Okay, so a few short years ago everyone decided that all television broadcasts going to go out as high definition. A completely digital broadcast of the regular shows that you been watching for years. It started off because of the high definition televisions are being sold. Some of the resolutions of the high-definition TVs work …

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Jul 24 2012

Why care that ISPs want to increase their speeds?

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I’m surprised that the service providers keep using this marketing ploy to lure customers and to some sort of speed competition. Everyone should know by now that you can only get information as fast as it can be sent. What’s more interesting about this is why would you increase the rate at which someone can …

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Jun 20 2012

Mozilla Thunderbird v13 gets large attachment handling

While others may be flocking to the web for their e-mail handling/management, Thunderbird is still my e-mail application of choice, and I still think having my emails local, where I can filter, reply and compose is better than having to deal with the web interfaces; which, for me, seems like they are trying to catch …

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