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Dwight Silverman
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Writer, editor, author, geek, teacher, pizza lover.
Writer, editor, author, geek, teacher, pizza lover.

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Hey AT&T U-verse customers: Have you ever received any kind of communication from AT&T regarding the amount of data you're using with your Internet access? A warning, an overage fee, or anything you'd consider instructional regarding Internet usage?

For context, see this blog post, and the non-responsive response I received from AT&T in the update at the bottom:

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You know, if I was going to buy an Android phone, it would definitely be the Galaxy S6 Edge.

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After weeks of frustration, I finally figured out a solution for a bizarre problem involving OS X's Messages and Microsoft's OneDrive. The fix was a "d'oh!" moment, but one that hidden by complexity.

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Microsoft's cross-platform mantra is real. 

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Hey OS X & iOS experts: Can you help me solve a mystery?

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Aereo's CEO says its Houston operation is already turning a profit. But this may not last long: The New York-based startup that streams broadcast TV over the Internet faces a showdown in the U.S. Supreme Court that could decide its fate. The Chronicle got an exclusive look at the Houston facility.

http://bit.ly/aereohouston

( Johnny Hanson / Houston Chronicle )
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Amazon's distributing store credits as part of an e-books price-fixing settlement. I got $12.43. How much did you get?

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Samsung shelled out big bucks to have host Ellen Degeneres snapping selfies during the Oscar ceremony, but backstage she switched to an iPhone.

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You've been able to do hands-free Google searches with your smartphone and tablet for a while now. With a new beta version of Chrome, Google Voice Search comes to the desktop.

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5 days after fixing the "goto fail" flaw in iOS, Apple has released OS X 10.9.2, which addresses the vulnerability in Mavericks.
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