Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Tech News Today

FCC moves to provide rural broadband access
The Federal Communications Commission is seeking updates to the Universal Service Fund. The fund subsidizes phone service in rural and poor areas. Now the FCC is hoping to update the service with broadband Internet

Hackers break into Nasdaq
Hackers have broken into a critical Nasdaq service. The service maintains confidential communications for nearly 300 corporations. According to an inside source, the service has been broken into repeatedly

Android Market now delivering malware, as well as updated Angry Birds
Does the convenience of the new Android Market which, once again, makes iTunes look downright archaic, make Android devices too vulnerable?

How long a wait for PCs, Macs with fixed Intel chip?
New PCs and Macs with Sandy Bridge chips had been expected to flood the market over the next weeks and months. But Intel’s chipset glitch has thrown a wrench into the works.

AOL to buy Huffington Post for $315 million
Arianna Huffington announces she will become head of the newly formed Huffington Post Media Group, which appears set to integrate all HuffPo and AOL content, including Engadget and TechCrunch.

Verizon iPhone breaks record
Verizon says the iPhone reached a record number of pre-orders. Pre-orders began early Feb. 3. The iPhone sold out by the end of the day. Customers who managed to pre-order a phone should receive them by Feb. 10.

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