Summer is coming, and with it comes the seventh season of HBO’s Game of Thrones. After a teaser trailer featuring a few main characters walking purposefully down hallways and sitting in chairs, we […]
For the past couple weeks, the FCC has been taking comments from the public regarding net neutrality. In defiance of basically everyone who isn’t a bot, the FCC has voted to commit to […]
AT&T is going to begin offering developers special tools for further building out Internet of Things creations with two new versions. Kits for both Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Raspberry Pi-like devices will […]
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US internet and cable mega-corporation Comcast told the Federal Communications Commission that it believes privacy is a premium feature and that it wants to charge customers money to protect it. The FCC, a […]
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Anyplace large numbers of people gather, mobile service is sure to deteriorate. Carriers design their networks with a normal distribution of people in mind. If tens of thousands of smartphones congregate in one […]
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AT&T has confirmed its mobile subscribers who have managed to hang on to their unlimited data plans will see a price-hike on their bill in the New Year. Yes, those grandfathered into the […]
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Some booths at the show are just weirdly out of place. We have no idea why they're even at the show.
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Google Fiber is only available in a handful of cities, with a few more slated to roll out in the next year or two. Even with this miniscule footprint, Google Fiber is changing […]
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Something’s going on over at AT&T. First they updated the rules for their grandfathered unlimited data plans, allowing users up to 22GB of data before throttling them. Now they’re putting up a quarter […]
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For quite some time now, AT&T has been at odds with customers with unlimited data contracts. Now, they’ve finally decided to extend an olive branch. A rather sizable one at that. According to […]
Just because you own an older car doesn’t mean you have to go driving around like Fred and Barney without in-car WiFi. AT&T will happily sell you Mobley, a hotspot that you jam […]
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That’s the official FCC website up there. It looks a little different, though. That’s because you don’t normally see a pop-up or a huge banner ad when you load it up. You can […]