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Move Over AT&T and Verizon: This Cable Giant Is Getting Into the Phone Service Game

The idea is to give people an alternative to pricier data plans from the big cellular companies.

Reuters

Hotels Fight for the Right to Block Guests' Wi-Fi

As Marriott and Hilton seek FCC approval to block guests' from using personal Wi-Fi hotspots, Google and Microsoft have come out against the practice.

Kate Taylor

Starbucks Stores in This City Now Have Phone Charging Stations for Customers

With an upcoming national rollout, dead battery anxiety is soon to be a thing of the past -- as long as you're near a Starbucks.

Kate Taylor

AT&T Scraps Plans for In-Flight High-Speed Internet Service

Instead, the company says it wants to focus on international expansion and video offerings.

Reuters

Avoid Labor Day Weekend Travel Scams (Infographic)

Don't let your guard down when planning a getaway. Consider these tips to stay safe from criminals and online threats.

Bari Abdul

This Brand of Design-Savvy Hotels Is Built for Entrepreneurs

Aloft leads the pack in the tech-savvy select-service hotel category.

Elaine Glusac

Slow Wi-Fi? 5 Easy Ways to Boost Your Signal Now.

A roundup of user-friendly tips, tricks and tools to improve your Wi-Fi router's range and speed -- beer-can hack included.

4 Ways a CEO May Be Inviting a Cyber Criminal to Attack

Put these digital security tips into practice to safeguard your company's files.

Eric Basu

Sharing Economy Sets Sights on Business Travelers -- But Will They Bite?

Airbnb and Uber both announced new services exclusively targeting businesses, but will travelers look beyond a host of security and regulatory issues plaguing the sharing economy?

Geoff Weiss

Crowdsource Your Way to Free Wi-Fi Everywhere

By getting people to share a part of their bandwidth, upstart Fon wants to build a no-cost web-access world.

Jason Ankeny

Stop, Drop and Apologize: Nest Halts Sales of Smoke Alarm Over Serious Flaw

The Google-owned startup has halted sales of its hand-gestured smoke alarm because -- oops -- it might not go off during a real fire.