The Engadget Podcast Ep 36: Bad and Boujee
Uber and Yahoo can't seem to avoid scandal.
Sprint kills its 'half your bill' promo in favor of $50 unlimited plan
But can this bring the struggling carrier into the black?
Verizon adds cult TV shows to its Go90 video service
Who needs net neutrality when you can binge 'Babylon 5?'
Trump signs bill rolling back FCC privacy rules for ISPs
The EFF argues that this move leaves customers without a federal agency to protect them in this space.
Seven corporate rebrand attempts even worse than 'Oath'
There are neither enough faces nor palms for this.
Yahoo and AOL are part of Verizon's new 'Oath' brand (updated)
Oath will be an umbrella of brands, including Yahoo and some AOL publications.
AT&T, Comcast and Verizon explain that they don't sell your browser history
But each company is already using customer data in ways you may not realize.
EFF: Verizon will install spyware on all its Android phones (update)
The privacy body isn't a fan of the carrier's new AppFlash launcher.
Verizon reportedly wants in on this streaming TV thing
All the major operators may soon have nationwide TV services.