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Apple to build new data center in Oregon

Feb 22, 2012
Apple is buying 160 acres to build a new data center. Amazon, Google and Facebook already own land in the state for their own server farms.
Posted In: apple, data

Siri makes you a total data hog

Jan 6, 2012
This is why we can’t have nice things
Posted In: iphone 4S, data, wireless, this is why we can't have nice things

Big Verizon data outage

Dec 21, 2011
Can you NOT hear me now?
Posted In: Verizon, data

Big Brother from big data?

Oct 11, 2011
In other privacy news, the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity announced it will begin a three-year study, trying to harness "big data...
Posted In: big brother, data, privacy, Tech Report

Obama's data management could keep him in the White House

Oct 11, 2011
CNN ran a story by Micah Sifry, co-founder of the Personal Democracy Forum, about the Obama campaign's data crunching strategy. Sifry says Obama's...
Posted In: data, elections, Tech Report, white house

The Disappearance of Unlimited Data: Chapter 323

Sep 22, 2011
We all knew this was coming. Engadget is reporting that Sprint, the only major carrier with truly unlimited data plans, is about to cap data on ...
Posted In: Cellphones, data, mobile, Sprint

4G networks like "handful of magic beans"?

Aug 4, 2011
A new report from the group Public Knowledge warns consumers that new, faster, 4G wireless service may not be as magical and amazing as it seems....
Posted In: 4G, data, mobile

The seemingly-inevitable-end of unlimited data plans draws nearer

Aug 1, 2011
AT&T will begin throttlingthe top 5 percent of data users on its unlimited data plans in October. The change applies to users who were...
Posted In: AT&T, data, iPhone, mobile, throttle

T-Mobile kinda sorta announces new quasi-unlimited data plan, somewhat, not really

Jul 20, 2011
Interesting swerve going on here. At a time when AT&T and Verizon are moving to tiered data plans, T-Mobile is trying to have it both ways. The...
Posted In: data, T-Mobile

Sprint may be ending the unlimited data party

Jul 20, 2011
Dan Hesse, the CEO of Sprint (the George Harrison of wireless carriers) says he doesn't know how much longer Sprint can afford to offer unlimited...
Posted In: AT&T, data, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon

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