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A library that’s off the books

BiblioTech, a new bookless library, offers computers, iPads and e-books to a low-income San Antonio neighborhood. Read More »

1 GB fiber going next to Austin… or is it Provo?

Google announced it's bring its Google Fiber next to Austin, Texas. Then said maybe Provo, Utah might be next instead. Read More »

Supreme Court to Rule on FCC’s Power

Does the FCC or a local community have the last word about siting cell phone towers? The Supreme Court is thinking about it. Read More »

No right to a landline?

Four states have already given AT&T and Verizon an end to required landline service, and more are coming, says journalist in this video. Read More »

Telecoms quietly waging war on the right to a phone

AT&T and Verizon are waging a ferocious lobbying campaign at the state level to end universal service - and no one is paying attention. Read More »

T-Mobile closes call centers, cuts jobs

T-Mobile USA Follows Low-Road Business Model in Cutting Jobs, Closing Call Centers Read More »

German workers appalled by T-Mobile’s practices here

Members of the giant German union ver.di met with their T-Mobile counterparts around the U.S. and found a climate of fear at work. Read More »

Wireless-only biggest in rural areas

With millions of rural residents depending on wireless-only, the AT&T/T-Mobile merger offers the best chance for 4G LTE broadband. Read More »

Long Past Time For A Dedicated Public Safety Network

The Communications Workers of America is supporting two parallel congressional bills allocating the D-Block wireless spectrum for a dedicated public safety network. Read More »

CWA and Speed Matters release 2010 Report on Internet Speeds in All 50 States

On Wednesday, December 15, the Communications Workers of America and the Speed Matters campaign released the 2010 Report on Internet Speeds in all 50 States. Read More »

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