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Sprint backtracks on data speeds after backlash

Sprint said late Tuesday night that it would stop limiting data available to unlimited plan users after a public backlash.

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European Officials Push Telecom Regulating for Tech

For regulators in Brussels, the divide between European telecommunication companies and American tech companies is fast eroding.

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4 Microsoft Executives to Leave in Top-Level Shake-Up

SEATTLE — Four senior Microsoft executives, including Stephen Elop and Mark Penn, will leave the technology company...

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Twitter CEO to step down

Twitter CEO Dick Costolo will step down on July 1, the company said Thursday.

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AT&T, Cogent Strike Interconnection Deal

AT&T says it has reached a long-term interconnection agreement with Cogent for their respective IP networks.

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Google’s plan to spread the Internet with massive balloons is coming to America

The mission of Google's Project Loon may be to bring Internet connectivity to the developing world.

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10 Israeli startups to watch in 2015

The Israeli start-up scene is saturated with newcomers fighting for a spot in the limelight. The following 10 companies have passed some key hurdles and challenges that make them...

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Passive Whip Antennas Useful in High RF Environments

As an antenna gets very short with respect to a wavelength, its resistance component becomes very low, and its (capacitive) reactance increases...

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Super Wi-Fi from Microsoft coming to Seattle

Seattle Mayor Ed Murray announced Microsoft had installed a novel “super Wi-Fi system” at the popular Seattle Center...

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Facebook using solar drones to deliver internet access to the world

Facebook wants everyone to be on Facebook. To do this, it needs to make sure every single person in the world has the ability to get on the internet.

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