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AT&T Moves to 4G in Miami and Elsewhere

I travel a great deal and have had a chance to test AT&T's wirelessservice in areas such as Dallas, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Los Angeles, San Francisco and others. What I have noticed is the service is improving and...

Internet Music Saved?

There is some good news and bad in the recent negotiations between record labels and internet streaming sites which bring you radio over IP. From the AP: The revenue-sharing deal announced Tuesday is between SoundExchange, a nonprofit that collects royalties...

RIP George Carlin

When I was around 12, I was exposed to George Carlin comedy for the first time. I was always fascinated by this man. He thought of things which were so obvious but only after he told you they were obvious....

Mobile Banking Heating Up

According to IBM, 21 percent of consumers age 18-34 use their cell phone for mobile banking transactions, compared to about 10 percent of the general population. Like so many new technologies, it is your kids -- or for some of...

Facebook Security Breach

As more and more people use Facebook, it is worth noting that more hackers are looking for ways to get at this information. This article discusses the latest in successful attempts to to crack a social networking site. In this...

Bill Gates on Innovation

While short on too many specifics, Bill Gates believes there will be tremendous innovation in technology going forward. Gates was specific in the area of TV where he predicted that the TV and computer will merge. As this happens, we...

Bluetooth on WiFi Steroids

Imagine a world where your bluetooth devices could take some instant steroids which bulk up your file transfer speeds allowing you to transfer at 100 Mbps or more. Ultrawideband was supposed to be the "steroids" allowing such functionality but...

In-Flight Internet Access Update

I think I want internet access when I fly. I really do. Yes, the plane is usually a quiet time to reflect and write compelling content… Still, I can now feel comfortable flying during the business day from the west...

NY Times vs. Blogs: A Surprise Winner

I find the competition between blogs and news outlets fascinating as here at TMC we have dozens of reporters and a number of bloggers as well. Today I was reading Workbench by Rogers Cadenhead and I learned of the following...

Online Advertising Growth at 25%

Online advertising grew at 25% this year and the advertising industry thinks it would have grown at a much greater rate if there were more accurate ways to measure web traffic. Having been in a number of advertiser meetings myself...

The End of Car Theft

Although this has nothing to do with IP communications, I thought it worth mentioning the end of car theft is likely right around the corner. Why? GM’s OnStar the satellite linked service which helps passengers get to restaurants can also...
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