Jefferson Graham, WBIR Channel 10

Jefferson Graham

WBIR Channel 10

Manhattan Beach, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Jefferson:

Net neutrality rules are dead. Will my Internet bills go up?

On Thursday, the FCC voted to roll back net neutrality regulations passed by the agency two years ago. Here's what it means for your Internet bill. → Read More

Net neutrality rules are dead. Will my Internet bills go up?

On Thursday, the FCC voted to roll back net neutrality regulations passed by the agency two years ago. Here's what it means for your Internet bill. → Read More

Net neutrality rules are dead. Will my Internet bills go up?

On Thursday, the FCC voted to roll back net neutrality regulations passed by the agency two years ago. Here's what it means for your Internet bill. → Read More

Net neutrality rules are dead. Will my Internet bills go up?

On Thursday, the FCC voted to roll back net neutrality regulations passed by the agency two years ago. Here's what it means for your Internet bill. → Read More

Net neutrality rules are dead. Will my Internet bills go up?

On Thursday, the FCC voted to roll back net neutrality regulations passed by the agency two years ago. Here's what it means for your Internet bill. → Read More

Net neutrality rules are dead. Will my Internet bills go up?

On Thursday, the FCC voted to roll back net neutrality regulations passed by the agency two years ago. Here's what it means for your Internet bill. → Read More

Net neutrality rules are dead. Will my Internet bills go up?

On Thursday, the FCC voted to roll back net neutrality regulations passed by the agency two years ago. Here's what it means for your Internet bill. . 12NewsNow Story → Read More

Net neutrality rules are dead. Will my Internet bills go up?

On Thursday, the FCC voted to roll back net neutrality regulations passed by the agency two years ago. Here's what it means for your Internet bill. → Read More

Net neutrality rules are dead. Will my Internet bills go up?

On Thursday, the FCC voted to roll back net neutrality regulations passed by the agency two years ago. Here's what it means for your Internet bill. → Read More

Net neutrality rules are dead. Will my Internet bills go up?

Net neutrality rules are dead. Will my Internet bills go up? → Read More

Net neutrality rules are dead. Will my Internet bills go up?

Internet providers could charge more to some sites for faster access. They risk a backlash. → Read More

T-Mobile looks to join pay-TV market by buying cord-cutting service Layer3

Denver based pay TV provider looks to change the way cable TV is sold → Read More

What Apple is likely to do with Shazam, the early name-that-tune iPhone app

LOS ANGELES — The music app Shazam is best known for its uncanny ability to identify songs that are already playing. But Shazam's new owner Apple could use that technology for more than just naming that tune. It could also fine-tune Apple Music's feature that recommends songs for listeners, similar to the algorithmically updating playlists that streaming giant Spotify offers. Apple on Monday… → Read More

How to choose the best smart speaker for you: shopper's guide

Which Amazon Echo, Google Home or Sonos speaker is for you? → Read More

Apple buys Shazam music recognition app

LOS ANGELES — As expected, Apple Monday acquired the struggling Shazam, one of the first music apps used with the iPhone when the device originally launched. Shazam is used to discover music, by using the smartphone microphone to identify songs. While its heyday was several years ago, when the technology seemed novel, Shazam has been struggling to find a business model that works in today's… → Read More

Waze sent commuters toward California wildfires, drivers say

Waze users in California are reporting the navigation app is leading them into neighborhoods where wildfires have forced closures and evacuations. → Read More

Amazon & Google-YouTube spat a good reminder to spend time and money elsewhere

Google and Amazon acted like kids this week in a schoolyard spat. “He started it first,” you imagined one might say. On the surface, this latest bout of corporate warfare seems petty and spiteful. But speaking up for the consumer on this one, we should all be cheering on Google. Amazon had it coming for throwing its weight around. Kudos to Google for shoving back. To recap: Amazon refused to… → Read More

How to choose the best smart speaker for you: shopper's guide

LOS ANGELES — Hey, Alexa, which of the seven Echo speakers should I buy, and what’s the difference between them? And OK Google, the new Home Mini is so affordable at $29 for the holidays. How does it stack up to the entry level Echo, Amazon’s Dot? If you're shopping for a smart speaker, here's how to decide which model and brand fits your needs and some advice on what to do once you own one.… → Read More

Apple's favorite app of the year wants you to unplug

Calm assists with sleep and stress relief. It's been downloaded 6 million times. → Read More

Waze sent commuters toward California wildfires, drivers say

Waze users in California are reporting the navigation app is leading them into neighborhoods where wildfires have forced closures and evacuations. → Read More