Jun 19: New Wi-Fi technology was certified Wednesday that more than doubles current connection speeds. More
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Both the HBO Go and WatchESPN Apple TV apps require users to have paid for the channels through a cable or satellite subscription.
Google says it wants to disclose when the government sends data requests like those in the newly discovered Prism program.
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