Lilbits 319: Chrome gets more secure, uses more RAM

Google’s Chrome web browser has always been something of a memory hog, which is to be expected from an application that runs a new process for each browser tab. Now Google has introduced something called “site isolation,” which means that not only does each tab have its own process, but each process can also now […]

AT&T to launch DirecTV Now internet-only TV service in November for $35 per month

AT&T and Time Warner announced merger plans recently, and speaking at the Wall Street Journal’s WSJ.D Live event today, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson announced that one of the reasons for that merger is to allow AT&T to launch a new internet-only TV service with more than 100 channels of “premium” content, including Time Warner-owned channels. […]

Hulu’s live TV service will include TNT, TBS, CNN, Cartoon Network (in 2017)

Hulu plans to launch a live TV streaming service in 2017, and now we have an idea of some of the things you’ll be able to watch. Time Warner has just bought a 10 percent stake in Hulu, joining existing partners Disney, Fox, and Comcast. In the announcement, Time Warner notes that content from its […]

Clearwire to launch 4G WiMAX network in New York, San Francisco, LA

Clearwire has been testing its new 4G network in three of the countries largest and most tech-savvy cities for a few months, and now the company has announced the official launch dates for WiMAX service in New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. New York will get WiMAX coverage first, on November 1st, with LA […]