Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 6th Sep 2011 21:57 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless In the US wireless market, AT&T is currently attempting to buy T-Mobile to create one heck of a behemoth wireless provider. While earlier this week the US government already filed a lawsuit to block the merger, citing antitrust concerns, US carrier Sprint has now also filed a lawsuit to block the merger.
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Hulu plus kinda sucks, just my opinion. I've enjoyed Netflix for a while but the studios are doing everything in their power to flush it down the toilet. You can't even rent a DVD anymore in my city except at Redbox. Your traditional movie rental stores have all shut down. I guess they think when we can't rent DVDs or stream movies anymore we're all going to start spending $20+ to take our families to go see a movie or pay nearly $30 for a new release DVD. Look forward to the day that this all backfires in their faces.

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Yep, Hulu sucks balls. I actually stopped subscribing to all media, Cable, Sat and even over the air which includes radio. Many moons ago I remember when Cable came onto the scene, the selling point to paying for what you could get for free was no commercials. Hell FM radio had very limited if any commercials. Now all the crap they spew is pretty much unwachable and cannot listen too since it's pretty much all commercials now.

The big entertainment industry blames DVD's and piracy to cover up their own incompetence and greed.

Me, I get all my radio via the internet along with movies completed by a large and ever growing DVD/CD collection. I luv my Roku ;)

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