AT&T Claims Verizon Lied About Coverage

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College Freshman Makes Triumphant Return To High School

COCONUT CREEK, FL—"I'm back, Bayshore High," 18-year-old Henry Doyle announced as he pulled his mother's Toyota Camry slowly into the parking lot normally reserved for faculty, emerging with a knowing grin. "Bet you never thought you'd see the likes of me again!"

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KENOSHA, WI—Amid questions as to why this kind of shit always happens to him, area resident Patrick Kennedy told reporters Monday it was...

Ohio Legalized Casinos

Voters in Ohio approved a plan to open casinos in the state's four largest cities. What do you think?
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AT&T Claims Verizon Lied About Coverage

Telecommunications giant AT&T; is suing Verizon Wireless for ads Verizon ran suggesting AT&T; had gaps in its network. What do you think?
  • "Damn right they're lying! AT&T is capable of dropping calls anywhere in the continental U.S."

    John Anzalone
    Technical Recruiter
  • "Wow. The last thing you expect a company to do in its advertisements is make claims that it's better than its rivals."

    Eric Caiafa
    Plumbing Foreman
  • "Let the exhilarating truth ring out: Where AT&T lacks 3G coverage, it will likely support a lesser, but mostly functional network standard."

    Emily Steele
    Civil Engineering Technologist
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