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Startups: A Wave of Startups That Hates Conference Calls as Much as You Do

Move Over 'TacoCopter': Here Comes The 'Internet Of Drones'

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As we know, the Internet works by breaking digital information up into IP packets which are then routed independently over the network, and then re-assembled at their destination. Anything made up of 0s and 1s can be sent anywhere with an Internet connection in this way, but that isn't much...
Move Over 'TacoCopter': Here Comes The 'Internet Of Drones'

Vermont gets a gigabit network. And it only costs residents $35 a month

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The telephone company that provided the copper service that in 1923 allowed Calvin Coolidge to be sworn in as United States President, at Plymouth Notch in Vermont, is trading its storied copper for fiber. VTel, a telephone company providing service to 21 Vermont communities is upgrading its network to an...
Vermont gets a gigabit network. And it only costs residents $35 a month

Rural carriers complain about broadband obstacles

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Rural telecom and broadband providers in the U.S. face big challenges in connecting their most remote customers, as the U.S. Federal Communications Commission transitions away from old telephone subsidies, a group of providers told lawmakers.The FCC's eligibility rules for carrier subsidies under the new Connect America Fund, a broadband-focused...
Rural carriers complain about broadband obstacles
The Laws That Make It Easy For The Government to Spy On Americans
Apple's 'slapband' iWatch patent looks a lot like this forgotten Nokia concept

Wireless and VoIP are eating up the wireline biz

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These towns called on someone who cared about their broadband quality. The landline phone business is a tough one and data released this week from the FCC indicates that it’s not just people abandoning their wireline phones that are helping kill the copper-based voice biz: VoIP providers are as well. The Federal...
Wireless and VoIP are eating up the wireline biz

VoiP market growing as Rebtel crosses 15M users

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Mobile VoIP provider Rebtel has hit some key milestones on Friday, indicating that the VoIP market is quickly gaining momentum. Rebtel, which offers low-cost and free calls over 3G and Wi-Fi, has cracked the 15 million user mark and claims its average revenue per user is three times greater than...
VoiP market growing as Rebtel crosses 15M users

Rural carriers complain about broadband obstacles

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Rural telecom and broadband providers in the U.S. face big challenges in connecting their most remote customers, as the U.S. Federal Communications Commission transitions away from old telephone subsidies, a group of providers told lawmakers....
Rural carriers complain about broadband obstacles
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