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New cruise ship a floating heaven for tech geeks

Royal Caribbean's Quantum of the Seas has satellite WiFi with speeds that rival land-based counterparts

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BitTorrent reveals Sync 2.0, a supercharged update for its cloudless file syncing tool

BitTorrent has some big plans for Sync in 2015. The bad news is most of them are going to cost you.

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US Senate fails to move forward on NSA reform bill

The vote on the USA Freedom Act could mean NSA reform is dead until next year

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Obama backs passing of NSA reform legislation by Senate

U.S. President Barack Obama wants to sign the bill this year

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Senator demands answers about DOJ mobile phone surveillance planes

A program that reportedly tracks mobile phones from airplanes raises privacy concerns, Senator Markey says.

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Telephone tax hike part of FCC chairman's plan for Internet fund

Wheeler's proposal would raise a tax on telephone lines by up to $0.16 a month

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Facebook's new Iowa data center goes modular to grow forever

The company dropped its cluster design for a network fabric with smaller server pods

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Africa's largest mobile operators create emergency fund to fight Ebola

Program will go into effect next month and is expected to raise $50 million

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Cisco joins chorus against Obama's net neutrality plan

Strict rules backed by Obama would hurt network equipment sales, Cisco's Chambers says

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HP and Nokia join forces to build cloud-based networks for operators

The platform will become available in the middle of next year

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Quest for scale brings IoT players Kore and Raco together

Kore Wireless will acquire RacoWireless, and more consolidation is on the way

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AT&T won't do in-flight Wi-Fi after all

The telecommunications giant has apparently changed its mind, favoring acquisitions over a new business in airlines. In-flight Wi-Fi competitor Gogo isn't complaining.

Obama backs tough net neutrality rules, says 'no' to Internet slow lanes

Internet service providers shouldn’t speed up websites that pay a toll, according to President Barack Obama. But will the FCC heed his advice to turn ISPs into utilities?