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Do daily fantasy sports sites amount to gambling?

Nov 11, 2015
It's a matter of skill versus luck.
Posted In: fantasy football, fantasy sports, gambling

Codebreaker - Is It Evil? Ep 1: Email

Nov 11, 2015
Marketplace Tech and Tech Insider look at the consequences of email.

T-Mobile offers free video streaming — with a big catch

Nov 10, 2015
The "Binge On" promotion works with 24 partners, which brings up net neutrality concerns.
Posted In: T-Mobile, net neutrality, streaming tv
Despite the prevalence of audio streaming, cassettes are still in demand.

How one company is keeping the audio cassette alive

Nov 10, 2015
National Audio Company made more than 10 million audio cassette tapes in 2014.
Posted In: Music, audio cassettes, cassettes

Can the military arm itself with the "Internet of Things"?

Nov 10, 2015
The Pentagon drove innovation, but has been slow to adopt integrated communications.
Posted In: internet of things, military
A sign outside of Sony's New York headquarters in New York City. In light of the Sony hacks, is it time to invest in some preventative measures?

Another day, another way to cut the cord

Nov 6, 2015
Coming soon to Sony's PlayStation Vue, ESPN, ABC and Disney Channels.
Posted In: Sony, streaming tv

To save pay TV, give us more VOD

Nov 5, 2015
If pay TV subscriptions included more VOD, maybe we'd want to keep them.
Posted In: vod, television

Announcing Codebreaker Season One

Nov 4, 2015
Is it evil?
Activision Blizzard has paid nearly $6 billion to purchase King, the parent company of games like Candy Crush Saga and Bubble Witch Saga.

Call of Duty loves Candy Crush

Nov 3, 2015
At least, enough to spend almost $6 billion to buy the game's maker.
Posted In: gaming industry, mobile games, Candy Crush, call of duty

Taser International sees future in data storage

Nov 3, 2015
The company could make big money in cloud storage for body camera footage.
Posted In: police, taser, data storage