The Switch: The FCC says its site got attacked over net neutrality. Now these senators want answers.

Amazon’s new Echo Show can make video calls; America’s two biggest cable companies just struck a deal. Here’s how it will affect you.; The FCC says an attack — not John Oliver — hampered its website; Microsoft’s Cortana voice assistant will soon have its own smart speaker;
 
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The FCC says its site got attacked over net neutrality. Now these senators want answers.
Lawmakers want to know how many people were prevented from submitting comments.
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Amazon’s new Echo Show can make video calls
Amazon’s new Echo has a screen for video calls.
America’s two biggest cable companies just struck a deal. Here’s how it will affect you.
Comcast and Charter have an agreement on selling wireless service.
 
The FCC says an attack — not John Oliver — hampered its website
The late-night host renewed his call for viewers to show their support for net neutrality rules.
 
Microsoft’s Cortana voice assistant will soon have its own smart speaker
A partnership with Harman Kardon produces the first smart speaker featuring Microsoft’s smart assistant.
 
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