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Wireless Companies Have A Plan To Make Your Mobile Data Faster And Better... But It Might Break WiFi

Everyone's fighting over new mobile technology, but expanding LTE networks could seriously mess with your WiFi...
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There’s good news and there’s bad news: It’s onwards and upwards in the mobile technology industry, but the next big could put the squeeze on WiFi networks — from your home router to public hotspots. 

Cat-loving minds think alike: Many would agree that an egg mold shaped like a kitty is gosh darn adorable, but who thought of it first? Is it worth waiting on a Kickstarter campaign when you can just buy it right now? We seek answers. Right. Meow.

Waiting for Marty McFly: It’s HERE. We are officially in the future, or at least today is the date Marty and Doc travel to in Back to the Future Part II: October 21, 2015. Celebrate by reading up on what companies are doing (or have done in the past) to tie their brands to the movie.


Wireless Companies Have A Plan To Make Your Mobile Data Faster, Better… But It Might Break WiFi
You Don’t Need To Wait Until February To Get Your Cute Kitty Egg Mold
The CDC Redesigned Its Database For Looking Up Foodborne Illness Outbreaks
8 Things We Learned About Racial And Gender Wage Inequality In The Restaurant Industry
Home Depot Customer Sues For $250,000 Over $28 Late Fee
Google Fiber Sends You Flowers, Hopes You’ll Break Up With Cable Company
Target Partners With ThredUP To Let You Trade In Old Clothes For Gift Cards
IHG's Surprise For Loyalty Members: Customer Care Number Connects To Adult Chat Line
Microsoft Begging Windows 10 Users To Please Not Switch To Another Web Browser

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