News highlights – 1 December

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News highlights for 1 December

 REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/File Photo

REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/File Photo

Twitter appoints third Head of Products in a year

(Reuters) – Twitter Inc appointed Keith Coleman, founder of startup Yes Inc, as head of its product team, the third executive to lead the division in less than a year. The micro-blogging service said it has acquired Yes. Read more…

Two pronged attack on FCC’s Net Neutrality

Net neutrality advocates think the imminent end of net neutrality in the US is probably nigh, as AT&T rolls out an unashamed act of discriminatory zero rating as if to dare the FCC  to enforce its net neutrality rules (and then get clobbered by Trump in return). Read more…

CBS All Access will offer live NFL League games

(Reuters) – CBS Corp’s All Access subscription-based streaming video service will offer live National Football League games beginning Sunday, Dec. 4, CBS said on Thursday. Read more…

Samsung shares drop as it gets out of low end devices

Samsung’s phone sales have fallen 10 per cent in the last year, but the Note isn’t to blame. The analysis comes from market researcher CCS Insight, which says the Korean giant is in decline because it is withdrawing from low-margin volume segments. Read more…

TalkTalk latest victim of hack attack

(Reuters) – A cyber attack on Britain’s Talktalk Telecom Group PLC broadband affected “a small number of customer routers” on Thursday, the company said in a statement. Read more…

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