Day: July 26, 2019

Regal Cinemas debuts unlimited movie subscription service – CNET

The three-tiered pricing system ranges from $18 to $23.50. …read more Source:: CNet

Star Orbiting Massive Black Hole Lends Support To Einstein’s Theory

Observations of light coming from a star zipping in orbit around the humongous black hole at the center of our galaxy have provided fresh evidence backing Albert Einstein’s 1915 theory of general relativity, astronomers said on Thursday. From a report: Researchers studied a star called S0-2, boasting a mass roughly 10 times larger than the…

Satellites are starting to watch your every move – CNET

There are real-time spies in the sky. …read more Source:: CNet

YouTube videos featuring children rank in highest views, Pew study says – CNET

Videos with children under 13 received three times as many views as other videos. …read more Source:: CNet

Juniper Networks struggles with service providers as US-China trade war continues to suck

One thing is certain: it’s not China paying for the new round of tariffs Networking giant Juniper has had another challenging quarter – this time it was service providers, not cloud vendors, causing Cisco’s nemesis grief.… …read more Source:: TheRegister

How to block (or at least cut down on) robocalls

You can’t block all the spam phone calls, but blocking some is better than blocking none. …read more Source:: ZDNet

Sony’s mini air conditioner can fit in your pocket – CNET

You can adjust temperature with a smartphone app. …read more Source:: CNet

Trump Says US To Hit France With ‘Substantial’ Action For Digital Tax

President Donald Trump said today the U.S. would hit France shortly with a “substantial reciprocal action” after Paris announced a tax aimed at U.S. technology companies. He said: “If anybody taxes them, it should be their home country, the USA. We will announce a substantial reciprocal action on Macron’s foolishness shortly,” Trump tweeted, referring to…

See the trailer for Rocko’s Modern Life: Static Cling movie headed to Netflix – CNET

Everyone’s favorite anxious wallaby is back. …read more Source:: CNet

T-Mobile Wins $26.5B Sprint Deal Approval With Plan To Create Rival

The Justice Department approved T-Mobile’s acquisition of Sprint, a deal it rejected under the previous administration, clearing one of the biggest hurdles to a takeover that will reshape the wireless industry. From a report: T-Mobile and Sprint agreed to sell multiple assets to Dish Network as a condition for approval, paving the way to creating…