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Local computer company is a big contributor here in Austin, Texas (APPLIED MATERIALS). GREAT CRAZY TOWN and State, our Governor jogs with a .38, just in case of trouble. Love these down home Texans! Truly. 

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Maybe, the 'mericans could go another way to have reliable FttH broadband connections.
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I'm a writer and editor for BGR who covers smartphones, tablets, wireless carriers and all other kinds of tech topics.  I previously spent five years covering the wireless industry for Network World and I have a Master's Degree in Business and Economics Journalism from Boston University.  My hobbies include playing guitar, going to classical music concerts, cooking Thai and Indian food, homebrewing and video games.
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