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Broadband in the boonies has long been an unreasonable ask. As slack-jawed farmers are fond of telling lost tourists \"Ya can't get there from here,\" broadband-starved country bumpkins have heard from cable companies, \"We don't offer service in that location.\" Options have been few, like paying said

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Verizon Wireless is making good on that name, aiming to rid your home of those ugly, ugly wires. The carrier wants to substitute them with the not-exactly-subtle, bucket-sized antenna you can see on the left. Its HomeFusion service aims to replace DSL-connected domiciles, with Verizon reckoning its

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It doesn't get more American than gnawing on a doughnut sandwich while watching Toddlers in Tiaras, right? Well, apparently, the only thing more American is engaging in these two acts while connected to in-flight internet. In a recent BBC article, Gogo's Jon Cobin said at least 1,200 commercial a

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