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AT&T announced Monday that it is adding another two dozen markets to its 4G LTE service, which now means its service covers more than 270 million people.
Get set, gamers. This week's freebie: NCSoft's MMO Guild Wars 2 and a whole lot of physical and digital swag related to it. Plus, access codes for five friends.
The company is also expanding 4G LTE coverage in 38 existing markets, for a total of 371 markets.
The carrier is racing through its deployment and is on track to reach its goal of 400 markets by the end of the year.
Today on Buzz Out Loud we are joined by the Rumor Has It girls Karyne Levy and Emily Dreyfuss. The Galaxy Nexus has crash landed in America and SOPA is set for a vote on amendments today in the Washington. We play a round of Into It..Not Into It and discuss what the world searched on Google in 2011.
Dish and Blockbuster announce their Netflix-killing movie delivery and streaming plan, but it's kind of a letdown unless you're a really happy Dish subscriber. HP puts Meg Whitman in charge and boots Leo Apotheker, which no one seems all that happy about except maybe HP's wildly dysfunctional board. The entire foundation of the world and physics is rocked by the possibility of particles that can travel faster than light, but mostly, you just wish we could go back in time and un-announce that the show's going weekly. Hey, but bonus show Monday! See you then!
As high-speed 4G LTE data coverage continually expand from four major carriers, CNET shows you how their networks compare.
I may be a wine snob, but I'm a wine snob on the go, so I want these sooner rather than later.
As part of Road Trip 2009, CNET News reporter Daniel Terdiman visited the U.S. Forest Service's Missoula, Mont., Smokejumpers center and its FireLab program to see how the government battles and studies fire.
For the second straight thousand-mile milestone, Road Trip 2009 saw the odometer on the clean-diesel SUV hit zeroes at a world-class location.