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The Huawei-FedEx Saga Continues: See the Whole Timeline

The Huawei-FedEx Saga Continues: See the Whole Timeline

PCMag’s Huawei P30 Pro phone, which has caused a still-unfolding international incident, is back in the mail. After another false start, FedEx insists that this time, it will be delivered. We’ve created a full timeline of how this very much ongoing saga has unfolded thus far. It all started last week, when PCMag tried to...

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LinkedIn Announces New Features for Community Builders

LinkedIn Announces New Features for Community Builders

For most of us, LinkedIn crosses our radar when we’re either looking to hire or searching for a new gig ourselves. But even before Microsoft purchased LinkedIn for an eyebrow-raising $26.2 billion back in 2016, the website already featured a lot more marketing muscle than most users realized. Those capabilities have grown markedly since the...

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The Fastest ISPs of 2019: Canada

The Fastest ISPs of 2019: Canada

According to last year’s Canada’s Internet Factbook, 86 percent of Canadians have broadband at home, and over 85 percent are more than satisfied with the speed they get. That’s not simply Canadian politeness at work. Canada’s broadband internet service providers (ISPs) are working hard to provide great service, and, as our results show, faster speeds...

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The Fastest ISPs of 2019

The Fastest ISPs of 2019

Terms like “innovation” and “choice” don’t come up much when it comes to picking a broadband internet service provider (ISP) in the US. But year after year, we do see one change: throughput on fixed-broadband lines is almost always increasing. PCMag quantifies those changes each year to see exactly which American ISPs have the goods...

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Visible Removes Its Speed Cap for a Limited Time

Visible Removes Its Speed Cap for a Limited Time

Starting today Visible, Verizon’s all-digital phone service, is removing its 5MB data cap for a limited time. This means new and existing customers have access to Verizon’s 4G LTE network for $40 per month with unlimited data, and now, no speed cap. Visible is America’s first fully-digital carrier running on Verizon’s 4G network. As well...

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Save Up to $500 on These Already Budget-Friendly TCL 4K TVs

Save Up to $500 on These Already Budget-Friendly TCL 4K TVs

Is your TV looking a little blurry these days? It might be time for an upgrade. Especially since both Amazon and Walmart are currently offering some great deals on TCL’s highly rated 5-series Roku TVs. The TCL 5-series is a line of already budget-friendly 4K TVs, which earned “excellent” marks in PCMag’s review. They support...

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