If you've noticed that your home internet speeds got much faster in recent years, you're not alone... although you might not want to cheer just yet. The Federal Communications Commission has released a report showing that average American broadband download speeds tripled between March 2011 and September 2014, jumping from 10Mbps to 31Mbps. Sounds like a solid improvement, doesn't it? However, it pales in comparison to what the rest of the world gets. The US ranked 25th out of 39 countries in 2013, trailing behind the likes of Canada, Luxembourg and Japan.