Comcast trumps Google Fiber by offering double the speed
Comcast is attempting to trump Google Fiber's 1 gigabit per second (Gbps) connection speed, by offering residential customers a faster service. Starting from next month, the cable company will be selling Gigabit Pro, an Internet service that promises 2Gbps connections both for downloads and uploads, with Atlanta set to be the first market to receive it.
T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon to stock BlackBerry Q10 in June
The BlackBerry Q10 is making its way to the US on three different carriers in the summer, after launches in Canada and the UK. T-Mobile states it will sell the smartphone for $100 and 24 monthly installments of $20 or $580 outright, and expects to have it in June. Verizon also claims it will stock the phone in June, though does not reveal how much for, and Sprint confirms it will carry the handset, but it will launch on the network "in late summer" and for an undisclosed price.