Tag: broadband

Verizon Shares Falling

Why are Verizon shares falling? Well it seems the massive costs of its FIOS initiative has investors wondering if the
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Verizon FiOS

It seems Verizon is making nice progress with FiOS. I am surprised to hear the company has the ability to
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Net Neutrality – Who Gives a Sh&*^%$T?

Seriously people don’t care. Excuse the profanity but I can’t believe it. At the last ITEXPO I asked hundreds of
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Will Technology Spread Democracy Faster than War?

It seems in Iran, broadband access and satellite dishes are scaring the government. In fact the government is so scared
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Houston WiFi

  Houston has released a draft for city-wide WiFi according to Save Muni Wireless. Here are some interesting details from
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Triple-Play Symposium

Service providers from around the word are signing up for the second annual Triple-Play Symposium. TMC is a title sponsor
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Shrihari on Net Neutrality

Shrihari Pandit of the VPF was having a discussion with me about how in the future anyone will be able
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WiFi on Airlines

I am looking forward to more widespread adoption of broadband on domestic flights. Here is an article from itWorldCanada discussing
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Online Gaming Eats Bandwidth

Patrick Barnard has some thought provoking analysis in his online gaming article on TMCnet. The point he makes is that
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Broadband in Space

NASA has just recently announced that they have communicated bidirectionally from a an earthbound space station with a spacecraft using
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