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UPS has been speeding up it's drone delivery work, announcing this year a new drone subsidiary and a growing list of new partnerships.
Now it's starting to make an early push to test out shipping stuff directly to consumer's homes.
Just two weeks after unveiling a new partnership to explore drone shipments UPS and CVS have announced Tuesday that they completed the first commercial medical prescription drone delivery in the US under a Federal Aviation Administration approved program.
The Federal Trade Commission and AT&T have agreed to a $60 million settlement to end [UNKNOWN] in the 2014 lawsuit that accused the wireless carrier of Of deceiving its unlimited data customers and it slowed down their connections.
The FTC said AT&T had charged customers for unlimited data plans but didn't disclose that the service would be slowed or throttled if customers reached a certain threshold of data usage during the billing period.
The agency said that at least three and a half million customers have been throttled by AT&T And that the practice resulted in slowing speeds of 80 to 90%.
And finally, reviews of Microsoft Surface Pro X are rolling in, and it seems like the software hasn't yet caught up to the hardware offerings of this unique device.
It's also a bit pricey for our taste, but it's clever hidden stylus and overall design.
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