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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - U.S. Cellular
, they serve about 6.1 million customers in 126 markets in 26 U.S. states. The company has its headquarters in Chicago, Illinois. - Source: Wikipedia
After getting stymied in court, Missouri legislators are taking a new approach to try to limit local regulations that telecommunications companies claim are hindering the expansion of high-speed Internet service across the state.
Until I started watching videos on Samsung's new Galaxy S III phone, I never thought of the iPhone's display as small.
Samsung's new flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S III, will be launched by all of the Big 4 national U.S. wireless carriers this month, starting at $199, the phone maker said Monday.