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The FCC has been providing regular updates on the progress of broadband rollout in the United States for some time now, but it's gone a bit further for its latest Broadband Progress Report. It's now also released in a new web-based interactive map that lets you zoom in on broadband availability co

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The FCC may be sticking with its target of 4Mbps broadband for everyone in the United States, but it looks like the CRTC thinks Canada can do one (megabit) better. The regulatory agency has just set its own target of 5Mbps download speeds and 1 Mbps upload speeds for all Canadians -- a goal that it

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Whereas all of those old episodes of Dexter available on the torrent trackers are not going to download themselves. Whereas no man or woman in a civilized society should be denied access to Garfield Minus Garfield. Whereas Finland has a population 61 times smaller than that of the Uni

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We've been able to independently verify Boy Genius Report's claim that Verizon will be changing the name of IN Calling to the simpler \"Mobile to Mobile\" (and we can also kick in that INpulse will become just \"Prepaid\") on February 15. That alone isn't terribly awesome, but more importantly, Alltel n

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Check yourself before you wreck yourself, fools, because Verizon's most expensive BroadbandAccess data plan is about to get a whole lot less unlimited. Yes, true, there's already a 5GB soft cap on the current plan -- but the worst that'll happen to a chronic violator is a throttled download speed or

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After Verizon's ambiguousness ended up hitting it right where it hurts (read: the wallet), the carrier cleaned up its act a bit and redefined \"unlimited\" in a hot-off-the-press version of its Terms & Conditions. While perusing through the legalese, you'll notice that checking out \"continuous web

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After Verizon's ambiguousness ended up hitting it right where it hurts (read: the wallet), the carrier cleaned up its act a bit and redefined \"unlimited\" in a hot-off-the-press version of its Terms & Conditions. While perusing through the legalese, you'll notice that checking out \"continuous web

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