WASHINGTON - Blind and deaf people will be able to more easily use smart phones, the Internet and other technologies that are staples of life and work under a bill signed into law on Friday.
NEW YORK - Verizon Wireless said Wednesday that its new wireless broadband network, which offers higher data speeds initially for laptop users, will be live before the end of the year in the cities on the Boston-to-Washington stretch as well as in California, Chicago, Miami, Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, Seattle and other areas.
NEW YORK - Apple is a pioneer in many fields, but in the race to connect our TV sets to the Internet, it's been lagging badly.
SEATTLE - Logitech is unveiling a $300 set-top box that will bring Google's new TV service to people who don't want to buy a new television set.
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- Qualcomm ends sales of portable sets for mobile TV
- Agreement paves way for NYC subway wireless access
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- House Democrats shelve net neutrality proposal
- Congress acts to give blind better Web, MP3 access
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- AOL to buy tech blog TechCrunch
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- FCC opens up unused TV signals for broadband
- Verizon CEO hints iPhone not coming soon
- Disney launches website for user-generated content
- Thailand's bid for high-speed Internet stalled
- Networks using Skype in news reports
- Obama apologizes to ousted Agriculture official
- Obama voices regret to ousted Agriculture official
- Network spending shows why free TV isn't dead yet
- BBC cuts radio stations, Web pages to trim costs
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