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Has the FCC ban on loud TV commercials worked?

It has been a year since the CALM Act was officially implemented and promised to curb the volume on those raucous commercials that manage to eke out an extra few decibels from your >>

TV market continues worldwide decline in 2013

The cord cutting phenomenon seems to be extending beyond cable subscriptions. An IHS report projects that global TV shipments are expected to fall from 238.3 million units in 2012 to 226.7 million in 2013. The >>

Apple’s downfall seen on the horizon

Have reports of Apple’s (AAPL) death been greatly exaggerated? Predicting the inevitable demise of the most successful consumer electronics company in the world is something of a pastime for many news outlets. Every >>

Dish sued by networks over ad-skipping Auto Hop feature

CBS, Fox and NBC have independently filed lawsuits against Dish Network, claiming its new automatic commercial-deleting service Auto Hop violates copyright laws; Fox even goes as far as to state that Auto Hop >>

Samsung’s Q1 profit balloons 82% on strong smartphone sales

Samsung managed to top itsĀ pre-announcedĀ earnings when it reported results for the first calendar quarter of 2012 on Friday morning. The company reported a record operating profit of 5.85 trillion Korean won, up 98% >>