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America’s smartest bridge is going to dazzle you

America’s smartest bridge is going to dazzle you

America is gaining its smartest bridge, with the Tappan Zee Bridge - aka "The New NY Bridge" - debuting a slick LED lighting system that promises lower power and more flexibility. The project, a 3.1 mile long stretch across the Hudson River, will be outfitted with more than 3,000 LED lights from Philips, including many which can change color just like the company's hue lamps for the home. When I caught up with Eric Rondolat, CEO of Philips Lighting, he argued it was the natural next step for connected living.

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Send notes, directions, more to Android phones from a Google search

Send notes, directions, more to Android phones from a Google search

Last week, we showed you how to find your Android phone with a simple Google search. Now Google is introducing new features that allow you to push data to your phone through your desktop browser. You can send directions from the web to your phone; just type "send directions" into Google and a drop-down menu should pop up allowing you to "send directions to [your] phone." Then, Google Maps will automatically open on your phone, and you'll be ready to navigate away from your desktop.

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EU files antitrust charge against Google for Search, Android

EU files antitrust charge against Google for Search, Android

As we expected, the European Commission has hit Google with an antitrust charge relating to search. Further, the EU is also insisting they’re going to look into Android. According to the complaint, the EU says Google is “systematically favoring its own comparison shopping product in its general search results pages”. Further, “the Commission's preliminary view is that such conduct infringes EU antitrust rules because it stifles competition and harms consumers”. Google has yet to comment, but an internal memo leaked yesterday suggests the company wholeheartedly disagrees with the EU’s stance.

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“Game of Hyrule” video makes a gorgeous mix of fantasy

“Game of Hyrule” video makes a gorgeous mix of fantasy

You're probably tired, maybe even sick, of the numerous renditions of the now iconic Game of Thrones opening sequence. We've got Starcraft versions, or one that's entirely done inside Minecraft's blocky world. But from time to time, something comes up that's so brilliant that it does give you goosebumps and shivers down your spine. Especially if it pays homage to a well-loved fantasy world. That's exactly what video sketch group Megasteakman accomplished when it rendered Zelda's world of Hyrule into a very short Game of Thrones tour.

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George R.R. Martin on board with ‘Captain Cosmos’ HBO series

George R.R. Martin on board with ‘Captain Cosmos’ HBO series

The television series Game of Thrones will be heading into its sixth season next year, and fans had clamored about it, fearing that it would introduce parts of the series story that haven't yet been published. That fear has been put to rest, and Martin has promised to increase his focus on finishing "The Winds of Winter", the sixth installment in the book series. That doesn't mean he'll be spending all of his time working on that, however, and thusly enters the upcoming HBO series "Captain Cosmos".

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Comcast’s ‘Gigabit Pro’ challenges Google Fiber with 2Gbps speeds

Comcast’s ‘Gigabit Pro’ challenges Google Fiber with 2Gbps speeds

Comcast is waging war with Google, attempting to one-up the Search giant on their ground. In introducing gigabit Pro, Comcast is taking Google Fiber on directly, except Comcast says their service is better. And faster. Beginning next month in Atlanta, Gigabit Pro will bring ultra-fast Internet at up to 2Gbps — that’s double the top speed of Google Fiber. Even more intriguing is Comcast’s planned rollout. They say by the end of 2015, around 18 million homes nationwide will have access to Gigabit Pro.

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HBO, Showtime, and Sony want an Internet fast lane for TV streaming

HBO, Showtime, and Sony want an Internet fast lane for TV streaming

In the wake of the FCC's Net Neutrality vote, all web content is created equal. However, nothing is every black and white, and there is a new gray area when it comes to managed services. HBO, Showtime, and Sony Corp. are pushing for their streaming content to be treated separately and have talked to Comcast Corp. about being included in their separate data lane for "managed services."

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Cablevision will offer HBO NOW to Internet subscribers

Cablevision will offer HBO NOW to Internet subscribers

Those who subscribe to Cablevision's Optimum Internet service -- but not a television plan -- will have access to HBO NOW, it has been announced. This makes Cablevision the first cable provider of its sort to offer the new HBO service without requiring a pay-TV subscription in general, and it might serve to spur other service providers into doing the same. This proves good news for cable-cutters and those who in general aren't interested in having a pay-TV subscription, but who find HBO NOW appealing for its on-demand and Internet-only availability.

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HBO NOW’s Apple TV exclusivity will appeal to new cord cutters

HBO NOW’s Apple TV exclusivity will appeal to new cord cutters

HBO NOW is what many have been waiting for. An HBO offering that comes free of a cable subscription, and streams to your smartphone, tablet, or TV via a streaming device. In the wake of Apple’s on-stage announcement they’d be the exclusive provider of the service, we’re learning a bit more about it. If you’re looking to get HBO NOW in time for the Game of Thrones premiere, you’ll have to get an Apple TV. A launch partner, HBO NOW is also exclusive to the Apple TV for three months.

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Report: HBO’s streaming service coming in April, Apple may be partner

Report: HBO’s streaming service coming in April, Apple may be partner

HBO is getting into streaming, that much we already knew. The company already announced they’d be ditching the need for cable, and offer a streaming-only option for cord cutters. We also knew it was tentatively set for debut alongside season five of Game of Thrones. Now, we’re getting word HBO is planning to call this service HBO Now, with the service again said to launch in time for Game of Thrones. We’re also hearing HBO is entertaining the idea of launch partners, most notably Apple.

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