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Google vs. China: Everyone Caught Inbetween
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February 15, 2010 posted by Jessica Sims

Google vs. China: Everyone Caught Inbetween

Google’s public confrontation with the powers that be in the People’s Republic of China are slowly cooling down, though the current lull may be nothing short of the calm before…

Google to Build Ultra-Broadband Network
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February 12, 2010 posted by Jessica Sims

Google to Build Ultra-Broadband Network

Google’s recent announcement that it would enter the broadband service sector has certainly raised more than a few eyebrows. While early details and information all point to a FTTH (Fiber…

Google vs. China: Understanding China’s Position
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February 11, 2010 posted by Jessica Sims

Google vs. China: Understanding China’s Position

The recent clash between Google and China is starting to cool down to a low-simmer, but the entire world could be affected by the eventual outcome.  Will governments be able…

Google vs. China: Understanding Google’s Position
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February 4, 2010 posted by Jessica Sims

Google vs. China: Understanding Google’s Position

There are plenty of reasons to want a broadband connection, but regardless of the core reason(s) why any given consumer chooses any particular broadband service, there is a near-certainty that…

FCC Closes Exclusivity Loophole: Customers Win
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January 26, 2010 posted by Jessica Sims

FCC Closes Exclusivity Loophole: Customers Win

Choices are always good for consumers, which makes the recent ruling by the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) a good thing.  At the heart of the debate was whether a clause…

TiVo Law Suit Might Affect IPTV Future
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January 23, 2010 posted by Jessica Sims

TiVo Law Suit Might Affect IPTV Future

It is hard to imagine life before broadband, and one of the best uses for broadband might just be the delivery of video content over the Internet.  While IPTV is…

Cars to Become the Next WiFi Hotspots?
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January 19, 2010 posted by Jessica Sims

Cars to Become the Next WiFi Hotspots?

WiFi hotspots that use some form of broadband are common, and in fact even major restaurant chains such as McDonald’s have jumped on this particular bandwagon, but automobiles might be…

Wireless War Set to Unfold: Prices Plunge
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January 17, 2010 posted by Jessica Sims

Wireless War Set to Unfold: Prices Plunge

It is certainly arguable that wireless broadband technologies targeted at consumers, now entering their 4th generation, have been held back by a few key factors that are very recognizable.  The…