Monthly Archives: February 2012

SEC sides with Beastie Boys’ Mike D, says AT&T must allow shareholder vote on net neutrality

Michael Diamond may be best known as Mike D of the Beastie Boys, but he’s also an AT&T shareholder, and he’s now played a central role in forcing a shareholder vote on net neutrality. He, along with his wife Tamra Davis and John P. Silva of Silva Artist Management previously submitted a proposal to AT&T…
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Google gets U.S., EU nod to buy Motorola Mobility | Reuters

(Reuters) – U.S. and European regulators approved Google Inc’s $12.5 billion purchase of Motorola Mobility and said they would keep a sharp eye on the web search giant to ensure patents critical to the telecom industry would be licensed at fair prices. It was one of a series of approvals on Monday that underscored the…
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Diggnation live, coming to an end

Yes you heard right or if you haven’t heard it yet, you know now. Diggnation aired it’s last live show on 01/18/12. The show will go on but in a recorded setting which softens the blow just a little bit. This is according to the diggnation team. Kevin Rose and Alex Albrecht, the hosts of…
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