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All Articles by Jerry Hildenbrand

Your unlimited plan is probably ripping you off: How much data Americans actually use

The numbers are in and you probably don't need an expensive unlimited data plan.

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On Dark Matter, iPads, and trucks

Computers are like trucks: They're more powerful, but with that power comes the potential for exploits. As such, iOS may be the safer future route for most users.

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What are the advantages of going with an alternative carrier?

Using an alternative to the big four wireless providers is a great idea for many of us, and here are some reasons why.

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Everything you need to know about Verizon's Unlimited plan

A complete breakdown of Verizon's new Unlimited plan and everything else you can get when you sign up for service.

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Everything you need to know about Sprint's Unlimited Freedom plan

A complete breakdown of Sprint's Unlimited Freedom plan and everything else you can get when you sign up for service.

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Everything you need to know about the T-Mobile ONE unlimited plan

A complete breakdown of T-Mobile's ONE plan and everything else you can get when you sign up for service from Big Magenta.

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Everything you need to know about the AT&T Unlimited plan

A complete breakdown of the AT&T Unlimited plan so you know exactly what you get if you switch.

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Which unlimited plan should you buy: AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile or Verizon?

All four major carriers in the U.S. offer unlimited data plans. But which is the best?

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Verizon reveals new unlimited data plan

Unlimited data plans are back at big red, and the prices don't suck.

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Vizio fined $2.2 million by the FTC for secretly collecting and selling owner information

Vizio did everything wrong when it comes to data collection.

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Samsung brings iOS compatibility to the latest Gear devices

You can now use your Gear S3 (and others) with your iPhone. Smart Samsung is smart.

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Once again: Why you shouldn't blindly install things on your Mac

Typosquatting hits top-level domain names — enter 'netflix.om'

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You can read Apple's motion to vacate in the encryption battle online - and you should

This is not an Apple versus the FBI thing. It's bigger than that, and will have lingering effects on each and every person using technology for the foreseeable future. I stand with Apple, but more importantly I stand for privacy — mine, yours, everybody's.

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Connect Ability tech challenge has developers creating applications and hardware for those with special needs

AT&T and NYU are sponsoring the Connect Ability tech challenge, a global competition for developers and makers to create tech to help those with special needs, and we're seeing a few examples of the great work the enterprising participants have come up with.

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Sprint offers existing customers discounted iPhone rentals, but a new plan will be cheaper

Sprint is prepping a new pricing scheme for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, and on paper this one looks like a better deal than it actually is.

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Replay the Apple iPhone 6 and Apple Watch keynote

We've told you about everything Apple had to share at today's iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Apple Watch event, but some things are definitely worth seeing for yourself — twice, even. Relive all the events from the Flint Center on your iOS or Mac device and get happy all over again.

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iOS 8 Gold Master seeded for developers

Apple announced that iOS 8 will be available for everyone starting September 17, but for those on the beta track the gold master should be available shortly (edit — it's live now). The update will be available starting now through the Apple Developer Portal.

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Apple makes the Apple Watch official

Apple has issued the official press release for the new Apple Watch, mere minutes after the event in Cupertino wrapped up. We've got it below, in all its press-release-ish glory.

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Apple Watch will display Maps on your wrist

Using the Apple Maps app on your iPhone, you'll be able to have a neat little miniature version of the app right on your wrist through Apple Watch! You can pan around the screen by swiping, use the crown of the watch to zoom your view in and out, and touch the screen to bring up search for favorite or recent places.

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The Apple Watch comes in three flavors and two sizes

Apple's new Apple Watch will come in three different models to suit just about everyone. From the sporty to the luxurious, you'll be able to have just the look you want right on your wrist. And each will be available in a smaller size for folks who don't have a large wrist.

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