The Consumerist’s public reader poll of the “Worst Company In America” ended with Electronic Arts being sent the Golden Poo Award. Firms like Comcast, Ticketmaster and Walmart were all considered, but the ultimate face-off was between Bank of America and EA. The latter walked away with 64% of the 250,000 votes cast.
Bloomberg’s report on the matter turned out to be pretty accurate. Microsoft has announced a ton of new television content partnerships for both US and global audiences. For couch potatoes in the former; the likes of HBO, Bravo, Crackle, Epix, Syfy, Vevo, UFC, YouTube, and The Today Show will be joining existing broadcasters ESPN and […]
Microsoft made plain its desire to add live television service to its suite of Xbox Live programs back during its E3 press conference, and – according to Bloomberg – the company has entered negotiations with Verizon and Comcast to bring that ambition into reality. Citing anonymous sources, Bloomberg predicted a major announcement to this effect […]