Mike Snider, USA TODAY

Mike Snider

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Recent articles by Mike:

AT&T has $15 skinny bundle video streaming service in the works

AT&T plans to offer a new $15 monthly streaming service in the next few weeks. The programming package is called a skinny bundle as it has just a small number of channels, and no sports in this case. AT&T Wireless subscribers will get it free. → Read More

Net neutrality repeal prompts Calif., other states to pursue their own laws

Very soon, the FCC’s overturning of the 2015 net neutrality rules will become official. States have already started to step in. → Read More

Netflix is likely to hike prices, but not anytime soon, says CEO

Streaming video provider Netflix releases its first-quarter 2018 earnings after the market closes Monday. Wall Street expects Netflix to slightly beat its own expectations for new subscribers with about 6.4 million new additions, 1.47 million of those in the U.S. → Read More

USA TODAY NETWORK wins 3 Pulitzer Prizes for border wall, heroin reporting and editorials

USA TODAY NETWORK wins three prizes in the 2018 Pulitzer Prizes announced Monday. Winning projects included coverage of the border wall and heroin reporting, as well as editorial writing about health care. → Read More

Starbucks just the latest accused of racial profiling at retail

The recent arrest of two black men who were sitting in a Starbucks in Philadelphia adds the coffee chain to a list of retailers accused of racial bias. → Read More

Starbucks just the latest accused of racial profiling

The recent arrest of two black men who were sitting in a Starbucks in Philadelphia adds the coffee chain to a list of retailers accused of racial bias. → Read More

Cord cutters' latest tempting team-up: Hulu with HBO, at a discount

Hulu's offer of HBO for six months at the price of $4.99 is the latest example of streaming services bundling channels to draw more subscribers. → Read More

Uber risks new penalties after data breaches, watchdog says

The Federal Trade Commission is strengthening its settlement with Uber over a breach in which tens of millions of Uber riders and drivers' data was accessed in 2016. → Read More

Uber risks new penalties after data breaches, watchdog says

The Federal Trade Commission is strengthening its settlement with Uber over a breach in which tens of millions of Uber riders and drivers' data was accessed in 2016. → Read More

What's at stake for Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg as he testifies for Day 2

As Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg comes to Congress to testify before lawmakers, what is at stake for the 2 billion-strong social network. → Read More

What's at stake for Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg as he testifies for Day 2

As Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg comes to Congress to testify before lawmakers, what is at stake for the 2 billion-strong social network. → Read More

Wozniak: Facebook is 'not ethical,' but he is sticking with Swarm

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has left Facebook because of concerns about lack of privacy for users' data. He talks about a possible grass-roots response from upset users and whether Facebook-for-pay would work. → Read More

Twitter bots rampant in news, porn and sports links, Pew finds

Bots, accounts powered by automated software, were responsible for about 66% of all tweeted links to news and current events sites. → Read More

Twitter bots rampant in news, porn and sports links, Pew finds

Bots, accounts powered by automated software, were responsible for about 66% of all tweeted links to news and current events sites. → Read More

Twitter bots rampant in news, porn and sports links, Pew finds

Bots, accounts powered by automated software, were responsible for about 66% of all tweeted links to news and current events sites. → Read More

Twitter bots rampant in news, porn and sports links, Pew finds

Bots, accounts powered by automated software, were responsible for about 66% of all tweeted links to news and current events sites. → Read More

Twitter bots rampant in news, porn and sports links, Pew finds

Bots, accounts powered by automated software, were responsible for about 66% of all tweeted links to news and current events sites. → Read More

Twitter bots rampant in news, porn and sports links, Pew finds

Bots, accounts powered by automated software, were responsible for about 66% of all tweeted links to news and current events sites. → Read More

Twitter bots rampant in news, porn and sports links, Pew finds

Bots, accounts powered by automated software, were responsible for about 66% of all tweeted links to news and current events sites. → Read More

Twitter bots rampant in news, porn and sports links, Pew finds

Bots, accounts powered by automated software, were responsible for about 66% of all tweeted links to news and current events sites. → Read More