Netflix tries to explain its apparent sudden flip-flop on net neutrality. "The company's chief financial officer, David Wells, told an investor conference Wednesday that Netflix isn't 'pleased' about the Federal Communications Commission's recent vote on net neutrality, which slapped strong new rules on Internet providers," the Post writes. "It's a shocking admission for a company that led the charge on aggressive regulations for Comcast, Verizon and other broadband companies.”
Does Apple Pay really have a fraud problem? "The issue has more to do with the banks than with Apple itself," according to the Verge. "There is a loophole in the way some issuing banks verify credit cards before they are added to Apple Pay.”
HBO to launch Web service 'HBO Now' "When it launches, consumers will be able to subscribe to HBO Now directly from HBO for the first time, rather than through a cable, satellite or telco TV distributor such as Comcast or Verizon. The retail price is expected to be $15 a month,” according to the International Business Times.
Clinton's e-mail built for privacy, not security. Bloomberg reports: "Although Clinton worked hard to secure the private system, her consultants appear to have set it up with a misconfigured encryption system, something that left it vulnerable to hacking, said Alex McGeorge, head of threat intelligence at Immunity Inc., a Miami Beach-based digital security firm.”
On Our Radar:
TWEET: Hillary Clinton just told the Internet she wants the public to see her e-mails.
PLAY: The Steam Machine isn't vaporware after all!
SALIVATE:Looks like we may have to wait to find out if rumors of a 12-inch MacBook Air are really true.