Today, AT&T announced that all 50 states, Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia have officially signed on to FirstNet, a government program operated by AT&T to provide universal emergency response&hellip, Read More Amazon did a lot of funky stuff this year and it’s paying off Holy hell, it’s been a year for Amazon.

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