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Coming in 2013 - targeted TV ads

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Just like with static display ads online, we have become used to seeing targeted video ads on the web, mobiles and tablets. Now video ad targeting will come to the living room, when the UK’s two big pay-TV operators will soon start showing targeted ads to viewers using internet delivery in...
Coming in 2013 - targeted TV ads

Google looks to plant a field of satellite dishes in Iowa

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Iowa. Fertile home to 14 million acres of corn, nine million acres of soybeans, and -- if the FCC looks favorably on a recent application from Farmer Google -- a blooming array of 15-foot satellite dishes too. The request for a "receive only earth station" comes from Google Fiber, and...
Google looks to plant a field of satellite dishes in Iowa

Google Is Launching A TV Service This Year (GOOG)

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Google has sought approval from the FCC to launch a video service over the fiber network it's building out in Kansas City, and the service could launch in the next two months. The Wall Street Journal uncovered the FCC filing, and cites an unnamed media executive who is involved...
Google Is Launching A TV Service This Year (GOOG)
Google looks to build satellite farm in Iowa to receive high speed data
Google looks to add satellite antenna farm in Iowa to support fiber optic network

Google Is Setting Up A Bunch Of Satellite Dishes In Iowa (GOOG)

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Google is setting up a bunch of satellite dishes near its data center in Council Bluffs, Iowa. The dishes will be used to provide audio, video, and data services to Google Fiber, the company's broadband service that is rolling out in Kansas City later this year. A recent FCC...
Google Is Setting Up A Bunch Of Satellite Dishes In Iowa (GOOG)

Google antenna farm plans hint at Google Fiber TV

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Google is attempting to build a farm of 4.5-meter tall satellite dishes near its data center in Council Bluffs, Iowa. In an FCC Public Notice (PDF), Google stated the antennas would receive broadcasts from satellites such as the Intelsat 9 that may be bundled with a high-speed fiber Internet service...
Google antenna farm plans hint at Google Fiber TV

Google Seeks To Plant Antenna Farm in Iowa

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An example of an array of 4.5 meter satellite dishes. Google is seeking permission to deploy an array of 4.5 meter satellite dishes near its data center in Council Bluffs, Iowa. (Source: SETI Institute) Google subsidiary Google Fiber, Inc. is seeking permission to place satellite antennas on land near its...
Google Seeks To Plant Antenna Farm in Iowa

Google points to Iowa for sowing satellite antenna farm

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If approved by the FCC, Google's satellite dishes could get feeds from broadcast networks and even be bundled with the company's high-speed fiber service. [Read more]...
Google points to Iowa for sowing satellite antenna farm
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Tony Blackburn: I'm very into gadgets

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Legendary British DJ Tony Blackburn is really a geek at heart ... and somwewhat of an Apple fan, tooWhat's your favourite piece of technology, and how has it improved your life?Well obviously the mobile phone, and particularly the Apple iPhone –which I think is just tremendous. I mean, it's not...
Tony Blackburn: I'm very into gadgets

BSkyB's internet TV plan is brilliant, a rare example of perfect timing

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In essence, Sky is doing with its television output what Amazon does with the Kindle, taking ownership of the conduitOn the internet, it's always better to jump before you're pushed. That's the clear lesson from John Naughton's new book, From Gutenberg to Zuckerberg, which points out – among other things –...
BSkyB's internet TV plan is brilliant, a rare example of perfect timing

Sky's Internet TV Service Could Offer Pay-As-You-Go Shows

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BSkyB’s upcoming over-the-top internet TV service could create a new post-subscription ecosystem for pay-per-view and pay-as-you-go TV shows. “There’ll be a spectrum all the way down to individual shows - we’ll see how far we get,” finance chief Andrew Griffith said at the FT Digital Media Conference in London....
Sky's Internet TV Service Could Offer Pay-As-You-Go Shows

What’s most precious to The Hobbit? Broadband!

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Shooting and sharing movie footage all over New Zealand makes for connectivity challenges, but the crew of The Hobbit is making do. But not with magic; heck, even a powerful wizard such as Gandalf has limitations. Instead, portable satellite dishes and more than 6 kilometers of cable (so far) provide...
What’s most precious to The Hobbit? Broadband!
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