Google pushes new video standard that could cut bandwidth use in half

Google pushes new video standard that could cut bandwidth use in half

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Netflix accounts for 1/3 of nightly home Internet traffic, Apple's iTunes takes 2%

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Data sent from iTunes represents 1.9 percent of North American Internet traffic every night, a share beyond all other competing digital storefronts, but also well behind the bandwidth served up by Netflix.    ...
Netflix accounts for 1/3 of nightly home Internet traffic, Apple's iTunes takes 2%

Samsung takes first 5G steps with advanced antenna

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Samsung Electronics plans to use advanced antennas to boost the bandwidth in mobile networks by what it said was "several tens of Gbps per base station", but the improved bandwidth won't be commercially available until 2020. The company said it can now transmit data at up to 1.056Gbps over...
Samsung takes first 5G steps with advanced antenna

Samsung takes first 5G steps with advanced antenna

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Samsung Electronics plans to use advanced antennas to boost the bandwidth in mobile networks by what it said was "several tens of Gbps per base station", but the improved bandwidth won't be commercially available until 2020....
Samsung takes first 5G steps with advanced antenna

Hacked T-Mobile carrier file boosts iPhone 5 download speed

www.electronista.com
An altered carrier update that has been modified by two hackers successfully increases the bandwidth available for iPhone 5 units on T-Mobile's US network, tests have found. The patch to the carrier update file, which was originally distributed to add LTE signal to the iPhone 5 using T-Mobile's 1900MHz band,...
Hacked T-Mobile carrier file boosts iPhone 5 download speed

This Tumblr says what everyone is thinking: I don't want to download your app

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Apps are huge and everyone knows it — Apple alone is about to pass 50 billion app downloads. Unfortunately, there’s a flaw in the “app for everything” ideology: now every single website these days wants to be an app. This is a bad because… Not everything needs to be an app If...
This Tumblr says what everyone is thinking: I don't want to download your app
Hackers release modified T-Mobile carrier update file to amplify iPhone 5 cellular speeds (jailbreak unnecessary)

FCC proposes boosted in-flight WiFi speed with 14GHz spectrum by 2020

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The FCC released a report yesterday detailing plans to free up 500 megahertz of spectrum, in an effort to supercharge our nation's ground-to-air mobile broadband infrastructure. The proposed spectrum would fall within the 14.0-14.5 GHz band, which is currently utilized for satellite uplinks. The FCC references an earlier Qualcomm...
FCC proposes boosted in-flight WiFi speed with 14GHz spectrum by 2020

Google Brings Its Cloud Messaging Push Notification Service To Chrome

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At last year’s I/O, Google launched its Cloud Messaging push notification service for Android and this week, it extended this service to Chrome and Chrome OS. This, Google says, allows Chrome apps and extension developers to wake up their apps remotely and/or send alerts to users. While mobile app developers...
Google Brings Its Cloud Messaging Push Notification Service To Chrome

Google brings its Cloud Messaging service to Chrome so apps and extensions use less bandwidth, battery life

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Google on Thursday announced it has brought its Google Cloud Messaging (GCM) service from Android to Chrome. The company is promising apps and extensions in the browser that leverage GCM will consume less bandwidth and use up less battery life on users’ machines. If you’re a developer, sending a message...
Google brings its Cloud Messaging service to Chrome so apps and extensions use less bandwidth, battery life
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