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Samsung Galaxy Book 2 hands-on: A Snapdragon-powered Surface rival

Looks like 2018 is the year of the 2-in-1. Just in the last couple of weeks alone, we've seen the launches of detachables like Google's Pixel Slate, Microsoft's Surface Pro 6 and HP's Spectre Folio. Samsung is introducing a new contestant -- th...

AT&T’s WarnerMedia will launch streaming TV service in late 2019

Add AT&T to the list of media giants launching streaming services that revolve solely around their own content. The company's WarnerMedia is launching a streaming offering in the fourth quarter of 2019 with access to the group's collection of mo...

Internet industry groups sue California over net neutrality law

Industry groups representing AT&T, Charter, Comcast and Verizon among others have joined the Justice Department in suing California over the state's new net neutrality law. The groups said the legislation is a "classic example of unconstitutional...