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If Verizon and AT&T want to ditch their obligations of landlines after receiving billions and billions of subsidies from taxpayers for those very landlines, why not make these companies actually put their promises of fantastic wireless in writing and force them to stick the promises? Or is that too much to ask?

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It’s that time of year where the major wireless providers cry to the US government about how their companies are doomed without additional spectrum being freed up. AT&T has a long history of over-emphasizing capacity and spectrum constraints in order to get what they want from regulators and politicians. Capacity was the primary justification for the company’s decision to impose overage penalties on DSL users, despite absolutely no evidence those networks experience meaningful congestion.

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Google has posted the full Android 4.4.2_r2 factory image on their developers site for the 2013 Nexus 7 LTE. It is marked as 4.4.2_r2 (Verizon) (KVT49L) and includes all you’ll need to connect to the Verizon network. Ready for those that have not received the OTA update yet, but just cannot wait.

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Fans of the Nexus 7 tablet that happen to also be Verizon customers are finally in business. Not only is Google pushing out the KVT49L update that will make your LTE capable Android 4.4.2 device compatible with Verizon’s network, but you can get the tablet right from Verizon starting today for $249 on a two year contract.

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Get your hands on the Verizon Moto G for just $89.00, just head on over to Fry’s Electronics before Thursday, February 13, 2014. The deal can be had in-store or through their online store, with a limit of one per household. This is a $10 savings versus going straight to the Verizon store.