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Twitter reportedly in talks to stream live NFL games on Apple TV

Twitter earlier this year secured the rights to exclusively livestream select NFL football games during the upcoming 2016 regular season. Now, the microblogging platform is reportedly looking to make good use of the partnership by getting its app – and…

Sling TV adds NFL Network and NFL RedZone to its roster

With NFL preseason football scheduled to get started this weekend (unless you count last Sunday’s Hall of Fame game between the Packers and Colts), fans across the country are gearing up for yet another year of football.

Netflix launches Android, iPhone speed test apps

Netflix’s Fast.com broadband speed test tool is now making the jump to mobile devices as a standalone app for iOS and Android. Like the barebones website launched in May, the apps provide a quick and simple way for any Internet…

Australia stuffs up online census, blames DDoS attack

On Tuesday night, Australian residents were required to fill out the national census, which is held every five years to collect a range of demographic information. This year's census was the first that allowed Australians to fill out the form…

Facebook has figured out how to circumvent ad blockers

Online advertising is a controversial yet necessary evil that both publishers and end-users must contend with. Ads provide the revenue that most websites and online services require to operate. Without money coming in, publications and service providers can’t pay their…
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