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Net Neutrality Rules End June 11th

Back on December 14th, 2017 the FCC voted to end the so-called Net Neutrality rules. The vote was 3-2 party-line vote by the Federal Communications Commission to repeal the controversial utility-like oversight of internet service providers that was put in place by Democrats in 2015. “The internet is the greatest free-market innovation in history,” Ajit Pai, the Republican who took over […]

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Live News Is Now FREE on The Roku Channel

Back in April Roku announced plans to bring free live news from services like ABC News, Cheddar, and Newsy to The Roku Channel for free. Now as the 8.1 Roku update starts to roll out Roku has turned on their new free news service. “We built The Roku Channel so it’s easy to navigate, offers […]

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The FCC Approves Samsung’s New 5G Home Router

This week the FCC approved Samsung’s 5G home router in time for Verizon’s 5G launch later this year. Earlier this year Samsung and Verizon announced a collaboration to offer an end to end 5G solution—from the tower to indoor routers. This is a major step closer to the official Verizon 5G service launch. Earlier this […]

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AT&T is Building More Cell Towers to Prepare For 5G

Today AT&T announced that in preparation for the rollout of 5G they have partnered with CitySwitch to build more cellphone towers. “Working with CitySwitch means more alternatives to the traditional tower leasing model still followed by many. The traditional model isn’t cost-effective or sustainable,” said Susan Johnson, executive vice president – Global Connections and Supply Chain, […]

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T-Mobile Announces Plans to Spend an Additional $500 Million on 5G & Offering Up To 50% Off For Military Families

This week T-Mobile announced new 5G plans and a new military discount for Military Families. According to T-Mobile, they plan to roll out 5G internet to military bases around the United States. As part of that push, T-Mobile plans to spend at least $500 million to bring the new faster internet services to military bases. “At […]

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