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Dish's Ergen Says Wireless Network Needed to Reach Customers Outside the Home

allthingsd.com
While it is best known for its position in the satellite business, Dish Networks has been building up wireless spectrum for quite a while. “First and foremost we are a video company,” Dish Chairman Charlie Ergen said in an interview at D: Dive Into Media. But Ergen said once the...
Dish's Ergen Says Wireless Network Needed to Reach Customers Outside the Home

Meet the 11 startup grads from the Portland Seed Fund

www.geekwire.com
Portland is certainly growing as a startup city, and now there’s a new batch of companies ready to make their mark in the Rose City. The two-year-old Portland Seed Fund just graduated its fourth class of early-stage companies. The incubator, a unique public-private partnership supported by various government agencies and organizations, gave the startups $25,000...
Meet the 11 startup grads from the Portland Seed Fund

Comcast's Top Lobbyist Pens Editorial To Remind Americans That US Broadband Service Is Awesome

www.techdirt.com
We live in a nation of wondrous technological advancement, where our average broadband speed and super low prices are the envy of the world, And if Google shows up to throw fiber around, the local citizenry simply shrugs its shoulders in indifference. Life is good... especially if you're paid...
Comcast's Top Lobbyist Pens Editorial To Remind Americans That US Broadband Service Is Awesome

T-Mobile Beefing Up Network To Lure iPhone Users, Slow Churn

blogs.wsj.com
T-Mobile USA could use a few more customers like Heather Johnson. The 26-year-old Los Angeles resident on Saturday went online for step-by-step instructions on how to override the software on her iPhone 3GS — or “jailbreak” it — so she could use the smartphone on T-Mobile’s network, albeit at slower...
T-Mobile Beefing Up Network To Lure iPhone Users, Slow Churn

Who needs Google Fiber? Comcast exec says U.S. consumers not ready for gigabit bandwidth

www.geekwire.com
As far as Comcast is concerned, gigabit broadband is more bandwidth than consumers want, though they might not know it. In an editorial published today in the Philadelphia Inquirer, David L. Cohen, Comcast’s Executive Vice President, took aim at criticism leveled at the U.S. telecommunications industry regarding high speed broadband....
Who needs Google Fiber? Comcast exec says U.S. consumers not ready for gigabit bandwidth
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