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Recent articles by Maggie:

5G drives T-Mobile subscriber growth

The company has upped its estimates of new subscribers for the year amid strong demand for its 5G service and phones. → Read More

Bipartisan infrastructure deal moves ahead in Senate

The $1.2 trillion spending package to invest in America's infrastructure, includes $65 billion in funding for high-speed broadband. → Read More

Biden's call to restore net neutrality: What you should know

Rules for protecting a free and open internet are in the news again. This time they're being pitched as a gateway to more competition. Here's what it means. → Read More

Robocalls are out of control. But that could all change today

Voice providers are running up against a June 30 deadline to implement the Stir/Shaken technology to help curb annoying and costly robocalls. → Read More

Elon Musk said Starlink will be available worldwide in August

The company expects to service more than 500,000 customers with its low altitude satellite broadband within a year. → Read More

Robocalls are out of control. But that could change after June 30

Voice providers have just days to implement the Stir/Shaken tech designed to curb annoying and costly robocalls. → Read More

Schools and libraries can apply for FCC broadband relief funds starting Tuesday

The FCC will begin accepting applications for its Emergency Connectivity Fund to help schools and libraries close the digital divide and homework gap. → Read More

Robocalls are out of control. But that could change after June 30

Voice providers are running up against a June 30 deadline to implement the Stir/Shaken technology to help curb annoying and costly robocalls. → Read More

Robocalls are out of control. But that could change after June 30

Voice providers are running up against a June 30 deadline to implement the Stir/Shaken technology to help curb annoying and costly robocalls. → Read More

Microsoft unveils new Microsoft Store for Windows 11; let's developers keep all the money

The new app store will allow developers to bring any app to the store. They'll also be able to use a third-party commerce engine, and Microsoft's allowing them to keep 100% of the revenue. → Read More

Hate robocalls? You'll love what's coming as of June 30

Voice providers are running up against a June 30 deadline to implement the Stir/Shaken technology to help curb annoying and costly robocalls. → Read More

House Judiciary Committee debates antitrust legislation to rein in Big Tech

The bills are designed to curb the power of Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Google and other tech giants. → Read More

Snapchat removes 'speed filter' amid safety concerns over reckless driving

The filter, which allowed users to share their current speed, has been linked to several car crashes involving teens and young people. → Read More

Snapchat removes 'speed filter' amid safety concerns over reckless driving

The filter, which allowed users to share their current speed, has been linked to several car crashes involving teens and young people. → Read More

Biden Administration's new broadband map shows stark digital divide

The publicly available interactive map differs greatly from the FCC's flawed broadband maps, showing far more unconnected and under connected communities in the US. → Read More

Here's how new antitrust legislation could affect Big Tech... and you

This is what you need to know about the latest attempt to rein in the power of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google. → Read More

Apple offers new Portraits watch face feature for Apple Watch

The new feature makes subjects taken in photos in portrait mode really stand out on your Apple Watch. → Read More

FCC commissioner pushes for Big Tech to pay to close digital divide

Brendan Carr wants companies like Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google to contribute to a federal subsidy program to help get more Americans online. → Read More

Broadband costs too much for some people. Fixing that won't be easy

The US digital divide isn't just due to lack of service. In many cases, it's caused by the lack of affordable options. → Read More

AT&T to refocus on 5G as it unloads WarnerMedia

The telecom giant is shifting gears back to what it probably should have been concentrating on in the first place. → Read More