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AT&T could bring super-fast Internet to metro Atlanta
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AT&T could bring super-fast Internet to metro Atlanta

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AT&T is looking to build new fiber optic networks for “ultra-fast” broadband service in Atlanta and dozens of other cities.

AT&T’s new service, for consumers and businesses, is called AT&T U-Verse with GigaPower, the company announced Monday. Customers will see Internet download speeds up to 1 gigabit per second, about 100 times faster than what U.S. consumers typically get with broadband. U-Verse TV is also provided via the service.

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Safe Heart develops ideas by listening to customers

Local startup Safe Heart develops innovative wellness applications and accessories, like their new iOximeter (@ioximeter), which is a pulse oximeter for smart phones.

A few weeks ago we gave you a rundown of the company, the product & their inspiration. Check it out, and then continue reading below to learn about Safe Heart’s business tools, how they stay on top of trends and what they need most right now.

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ajc exclusive series

Credit demands trust; bitcoin bypasses it

The way we pay will never be the same

We live in a consumer society, conducting dozens of transactions each week, if not each day. Five years from now, thanks to smartphones, the way those transactions happen may be radically different. In this exclusive 4-part series, Atlanta-Journal Constitution cyber-security reporter Sean Sposito decodes the dizzying array of emerging technologies and the hidden workings of the banking system to show you what that future may look like.

»  PART I: The future of money   »  PART II: What about security? 

»  PART III: The war for your wallet  »  PART IV: Bitcoin likely in your future

» FINAL WORD: 'Invisible' transactions


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