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What I’m Telling the FCC About Net Neutrality

Posted: June 3, 2014 at 6:25 pm   /   Local, Technology

This past Sunday was certainly an eventful one for HBO. Game of Thrones nearly matched the shock of the infamous Red Wedding and John Oliver crashed the Federal Communications Commission. On May 15th, the FCC opened a period of public comment regarding it’s stance on “Net Neutrality”. What is Net Neutrality, you ask? I’ll let John […]

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Smartphone Review: Samsung Galaxy S4

Posted: September 24, 2013 at 6:03 am   /   Local, Technology
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Could Chromecast Be What Steve Jobs Intended the iTV to Be?

Posted: August 1, 2013 at 11:15 am   /   Local, Technology

This past week, Google released a product that aims to take on the likes of Apple and Roku. It’s called the Chromecast. This small thumb-drive sized device plugs into an HDMI port on your television and receives signals from your smartphone or computer. It’s important to note that the Chromecast is not a standalone device […]

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“One” Cell Phone to Rule Them All? HTC One Pre-Orders Begin Today at AT&T

Posted: April 4, 2013 at 6:29 pm   /   Local, Technology

Specs are great and all, but you won’t fool most people when you point out that the camera is only 4 megapixels. Most high-end smartphones are 8MP, some even going higher than that. Isn’t 4MP kind of a downgrade? The trick here is that HTC is betting you’d trade larger filesizes for better low light […]

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T-Mobile Cuts the Bull: No More Contracts and iPhone 5 Release Date!

Posted: March 28, 2013 at 4:48 pm   /   Local, Technology

You know it’s a huge shake-up when the CEO of a company starts cussing. Last Tuesday, T-Mobile USA CEO John Legere stood before a crowd of tech journalists in his bright magenta T-Mo shirt and slammed the wireless industry. Two year contracts? Ew. Confusing plans? Gross. AT&T? Old news. If you’ve purchased a smartphone in […]

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