Sony streams 3D across Bravia TVs; Midcontinent does 100 Mbps

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> Sony has launched a 3D movie streaming service for its line of Bravia 3DTVs. Article

> Midcontinent Communications pushes broadband Internet access to 100 Mbps for its Upper Midwest customers. Article

> Avenue Broadband, which serves portions of southern Illinois and southern Indiana, will become NewWave on Aug. 1. Article

And finally... Verizon is offering a 3 Mbps/1 Mbps FiOS connection as a steppingstone for DSL customers in select areas. Article

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