Android TV devices will be available for sale in the U.S. in the next few months, but in France, they may also come in the form of pay TV set-top boxes.
While the world looks towards Cupertino in September for signs of a new iPhone, developers will have an eye on Europe as Google stops listing apps that offer in-app purchases as “Free”.
In preparation for it’s European expansion, Netflix is readying a monumental amount of bandwidth in France.
Illiad, the company behind the Free mobile and Free broadband services, is upgrading its top tier of service to offer one gigabit downstream and 200 Mbps up.
UberX’s free rides promotion this weekend was free, fairly easy, but still more than I’d normally pay.
At a HackNY lecture, the McArthur genius explains the dangers of everyday software.
NetZero’s 200 MB free monthly plan will soon be available all over the country (though only at 3G speeds) thanks to new wholesale network deals with Verizon and Sprint.
France’s telecoms regulator has been given the go-ahead to investigate the quiet war going on between ISPs and internet backbone providers, where users of services such as YouTube and Netflix risk being innocent victims.
Freelance writer Nate Thayer touched off a debate this week about media outlets wanting to publish content for free — but the reality is that the economics of content have changed forever, and the supply of free content is almost infinite.
How does the tension between free and paid manifest itself in the technology world? Panelists at MIT’s Sloan School of Management conference on the Digital Economy explored the idea Friday in San Francisco.