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Intel wants to enter the cable TV business – but here’s the catch.

First Google, now Intel. The microprocessor giant is switching gears to cable TV and set top boxes, making them the latest tech company to focus on the cable industry rather than what made them famous. Interesting dichotomy, no? Intel’s program … Continue reading

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Google Fiber bringing better internet to non-customers through healthy competition.

Google Fiber exists in one city – just one. Technically twin cities, but whatever. Out of the literally thousands of cities that exist in the world, Google picked Missouri to try out their high speed internet and cable. Yet, while … Continue reading

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Ads that recognize your voice, your face – what’s next in the weird world of cable advertising?

Will ads of the future be able to scan your face? If you’ve used the internet long enough, you’ve probably noticed ads on certain websites will tailor themselves to your interests. So if you start googling things about cookies, you’ll … Continue reading

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Time Warner Cable introduces systems with technicians arriving on-time, within one hour.

Oh, thank God. It appears that cable companies are finally getting their act together and are realizing wasting their customer’s time is a fruitless endeavor (and makes us resent them). Time Warner Cable is trying out this new system where … Continue reading

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Did Time Warner subtly insult Apple?

The Register is reporting on Time Warner Cable CEO Jeff Bewkes statement about Apple’s inherent desires to push themselves into the TV business. Long and long-winded have been the rumors of Apple’s movement, some saying they’ll totally upset the current … Continue reading

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Time Warner Cable isn’t afraid of Google Fiber and here’s why.

Now that Google Fiber has been up and running for a good few weeks, the rumors can be put to rest, particularly the one that Time Warner Cable is afraid of the competition in Kansas City. You may have heard … Continue reading

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Time Warner Cable adds BBC World News to their Roster.

Time Warner Cable is apparently doing something pretty smart, just keeping along, by signing a new deal to distribute BBC World News. This may come as a surprise to many Americans who clearly aren’t very used to truly objective news … Continue reading

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Time Warner Cable CEO can’t wait for Apple TV to come out.

Among all the flim flam about Apple TV, one of the most surprising statements (this week anyway) comes from Time Warner Cable’s CEO, Jeff Bewkes, who has said that he sure as heck can’t wait to get one. While at … Continue reading

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Some Awesome Updates to Time Warner Cable’s apps and internet speed make watching On Demand video easier than ever.

Time Warner Cable has made a few updates to their programming that will really make their subscribers happy. First and foremost, they updated their award winning software TWC TV in the iOS app store, which now allows subscribers to Time … Continue reading

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Time Warner Cable may ax unwatched shows, saving everyone time and money.

If you have a channel on Time Warner Cable and it isn’t performing so well in the ratings department, you may be quaking in your boots right now, as Time Warner Cable CEO Glenn Britt threatened on Monday to drop … Continue reading

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