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The company says it will throttle speeds down to 2G after users consume 2.5GB of data, according to a FierceWireless report.
Radar-guided cruise control means it's technically possible to drive through town after pressing the 'go' pedal once and once only. So, naturally, we had a go in London and hoped there'd be no idiots on the road.
Findings show that despite high link speeds, the 2013 MacBook Air is currently limited to about a third of its expected transfer rates.
Digital chief of the EU says she will guarantee access to the full and open Internet on every device, on every network.
Virgin Media has changed its restrictions on the amount you can download, only cutting your connection for an hour or two.
BT Infinity is getting rid of limits on how much Internet browsing you can do with new Totally Unlimited broadband deals.
Virgin Media has announced a head-spinningly speedy 152Mb broadband service in February 2014, but price rises are coming with it.
That's your post-rebate price, but it's still an incredible deal on this amazing photo printer -- which normally costs $399!
CNET breaks down the two best early-upgrade plans to see which offers the most bang for the buck.
AT&T's throttling policy is definitely not consumer-friendly, but in this edition of Ask Maggie, I explain why it's better than the previous policy.