For me the NSA leaker story is not a story about privacy rights or the war on terror. It’s a much bigger story. It’s the story of how remarkably far-reaching our amazing economic recovery has been. High school dropouts are now earning $200,000 a year and vacationing in 5-star hotels in …
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BEIJING — Edward Snowden, the 29-year-old contractor identified as the source of leaks about the U.S. electronic surveillance program, apparently checked out of his Hong Kong hotel at midday Monday, his destination and whereabouts unknown.
The following editorial appeared in Friday's Washington Post:
Verizon Wireless will roll out its latest, fastest network in Sierra Vista, Benson, Douglas and Nogales on Thursday as part of a nationwide expansion in more than 400 markets.
AT&T plans to introduce its latest-generation 4G LTE wireless network in the Tucson area by the end of the year, the company said today.
Verizon Wireless ranked first in network quality in the West and in most regions in the U.S., according to the latest J.D. Power and Associates rankings.
Verizon Wireless and Comcast will sell each other’s services in the Tucson area, offering a variety of offers and incentives for new and existing customers, the companies said today.
Phone companies can easily provided unlimited texting and calling. It's data usage that stresses them.
Verizon Wireless is phasing out nearly all of its existing phone plans and replacing them with pricing schemes that let families and other subscribers share a monthly data allowance over as many as 10 devices.
Dale Nelson looks over Jetpack mobile hotspot devices with customer service representative Kristin Kolbert while shopping at the Verizon Evolution Store at 5855 E. Broadway. Verizon was found to offer the fastest speeds and most reliable service in Tucson in a cellphone network test.
According to an independent cellphone network test, Verizon offers the fastest speeds and most reliable service in Tucson, edging out competitors surveyed, including AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint.
Oracle residents are tussling over a proposed cell phone tower
in the center of town on private land behind Oracle Market,
formerly Hildreth's Market, 760 E. American Ave.