They told us we’d never get a job with our stupid video games. They were wrong. We might just end up bulding the goddamn National Broadband. More »
Not content with offering a variety of smartphones and tablets, EE has expanded its accessory portfolio with a range of broadband devices and action cameras. We've already met the Action Cam -- basically a GoPro with 4G streaming capability -- but the carrier also recently debuted another, smaller, connected camera: the Capture Cam. Show More Summary
Right now, slightly less than a quarter of all U.S. households have access to fiber broadband, according to Heather Gold, president and CEO of Fiber to the Home Council in Washington. Fiber providers Verizon Communications is the largest...Show More Summary
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has started gathering data from the homes of 4,500 citizens across the country in a study aimed at improving its broadband policymaking by gaining a better understanding of network performance. Show More Summary
Socialism is Jeremy Corbyn in Number 10 plus superfast broadband! Okay, not as pithy as Lenin's definition involving soviet power and electrification, but John McDonnell's speech on Wednesday is a continuation of a fine tradition in left and centre left politics: the close alignment of our policy agenda with technological dynamism. Show More Summary
This week over 100 cross party MPs and Peers wrote an open letter to the Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne urging him to continue investing in fixed and mobile broadband as part of the Comprehensive Spending Review and in the future. The signatories, including the Mayor of London Boris Johnson, former Chief Executive of […]
You're watching TV on your computer via your broadband connection. But Comcast says technically its Stream TV service is being offered via cable. The post Comcast May Have Found a Major Net Neutrality Loophole appeared first on WIRE...
News this week included smart lightpoles, 5G, bad news for municipal broadband, the scary side of the IoT, and licensed/unlicensed spectrum issues.
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Over the last two years, 20 million students have gotten broadband in the classroom. Only 21 million more to go. The post It Won’t Be Long Now Until Every School Has Internet Access appeared first on WIRED.
The think ank GovernUp is co-chaired by Nick Herbert (Conservative MP for Arundel & South Downs) and John Healey (Labour MP for Wentworth & Dearne). It is primarily concerned with effective government, but it is currently conducting a study on the current debate surrounding the broadband market and in particular Ofcom’s Strategic Review of Digital Communications. Governup is […]
In less than two weeks, Comcast will roll out its home broadband data cap program in eight additional cities, bringing its total up to 27 different markets across the United States. Under the terms of the program, Xfinity broadband subscribers may use up to 300GB of data per billing period. Show More Summary
In Q3 2015, US cable companies continued to boast a higher number of high-speed internet customers than TV subscribers, according to a report by Leichtman Research. The top US cable companies, which account for nearly 95% of the total...Show More Summary
At London International Shipping Week held in September, KVH Industries, Inc. introduced the second generation of its mini-VSAT Broadband solution for the maritime market,
RockDizMusic owner sentenced to three years in prison, Popcorn Time makes partial return and Sky Broadband customers warned of copyright letters.