| |AT&T 4G LTE Network Activated in New York City Prematurely (PHOTO)
By Vincent Funaro | Christian Post Reporter A worker at The Christian Post recently gained access to AT&T's 4G LTE in New York City. A 4G LTE compatible Samsung Galaxy S2 led to the discovery, when it was noticed that the smartphone was connecting to ...
| |Superfast broadband service is being installed in Stamford area
Rutland and Stamford Mercury
PEOPLE will soon notice the benefit from superfast broadband which BT is installing in the Stamford area. BT will complete its upgrade to fibre optic cables which means a faster broadbandspeed for up to 11000 homes and businesses in Stamford and ...
| |A Foolish Week of Telecom
Obviously, that'll put it behind the 8-ball in terms of raising the cash it needs, not only to survive but also to upgrade its network to LTE as well as maintain its current WiMAX 4G network. Just before Congress left town for the weekend, ...
| |UK: avoid rush hour or get stuck in the broadband slow lane
People using the internet between 2am and 3am will enjoy the UK's fastest broadband speeds. Download broadband speeds in the UK are on average 35 per cent slower between off- peak and peak usage times, according to new research by independent price ...
| |Bluetooth and Wi-Fi demystified
By Mustafa Ziraba (email the author) In the tech world, you'll hear a number of words from 3G, Bluray, HDMI, Bluetooth, LCD, LED to Wi-Fi and without keen interest for many. Furthermore these are things you really can't avoid unless of course you're ...
| |Wi-Fi Owners Allowed To Opt Out Of Google's Database (NASDAQ: GOOG)
Google has announced that it would allow individuals and companies to have the option of keeping their Wi-Fi routers' names and locations out of a company database. Google's collection of Wi-Firouter location data has been controversial in Europe and ...
| |Pressure builds on NBN to release new plan
Since NBN Co released its corporate plan last year, talks have continued with Telstra on a deal that would mean Telstra shifting its customers to the national broadband network and giving NBN Co access to its infrastructure. While the plan released on ...
| |Google Offers to Ignore Wi-Fi Routers Once Users “Opt Out”
Kingpin-seo (press release)
Google has finally implemented a system for allowing users to remove their Wi-Fi hotspots from a controversial database it assembled through its Street View cars. However, the internet company has been condemned by some commentators for forcing users ...
| |Connecting the world at a breathtaking pace
Dubai: With 4G technology on the horizon, UAE nationals could be forgiven for thinking they have lived through four generations in a generation as the country's communications sector continues to grow at a rapid pace. From the early days of wireless ...
| |PieNetworks appoint new chief
Pie chairman, Justin Milne, said Turner had 20 years experience in the Internet industry, including at Telstra where he had responsibility for broadband, wireless and voice products. "Craig is, without doubt, one of Australia's most experienced and ...
| |Brits spend the most time online in Europe
Online Broadband Guide
Broadband comparison service BroadbandChoices has reported that data from internet analytics company comScore shows web users in Britain spend more time online than any others in Europe. According to the comScore findings, the average British web user ...
| |New Wi-Fi Hotspot Products Coming From TP-LINK
We Got Served
This device will be available on the 23rd for a MSRP of $29.99 and can be used to create an instant Wi-Fi hotspot by simply plugging in an Ethernet cable from your existing network or modem. This device perks my interest for when I am on the road and I ...
| |Virtual rush hour slows down broadband speeds during evenings
Broadband Expert (blog)
Ever wonder why sometimes your broadband connection is up to speed and sometimes it's just too darn slow? You might notice that you're enjoying top speeds early in the morning, only to have your browser or streaming crawl down to a near halt in the ...
| |Uncapped ADSL, LLU and all that was …
Communication dominated the technology media with debates about broadband, uncapped ADSL and local loop unbundling (LLU). I believe that discussion on communication will dominate for some years to come as it makes its presence felt in almost every ...
| |TPG joins the chorus for Telstra to split
Sydney Morning Herald
While its peers have been buying smaller broadband providers as a quick way to acquire more customers, TPG has been buying companies that allow it to offer a full range of services but with lower operating costs. For example, it purchased Pipe Networks ...
| |Hands-on: CSL Spice Mi350
Folks with a dedicated mobile broadband service could also use the Android device as abroadband modem through Wi-Fi tethering. To be sure, the Mi350 is not for everyone. If you are a smartphone junkie who can't wait to update your devices to the ...
| |LG Electronics readies for comeback
The Korea Herald
LG Electronics announced earlier this week that it had sold over 150000 Optimus LTE smartphones. With up to 130000 LTE smartphones sold by its affiliate LG Uplus, more customers are subscribing for mobiles that run on the faster 4G LTE network as it ...
| |Belgacom and Fon set up the largest wireless Internet network
Belgacom has started to build the largest Wi-Fi hotspot network in Belgium, thanks to the partnership announced in June with the Spanish company Fon: this year, Belgacom Internet customers will be able to surf on their laptop, tablet or smartphone ...
| |The IT Guy: Spending a fortune on phone bills?
Hilton Head Island Packet
By using what they call "Hybrid Calling" -- using Wi-Fi for voice and data. As they say, "Anything a cell network can do, the Internet can do better and cheaper." So when you're on a Wi-Fi network, you can use the phone for as long as you want and do ...
| |Samsung Galaxy Nexus a Major Android Smartphone Upgrade
Verizon Wireless will be selling a device at launch that will exploit its speedy 4G LTEnetwork. But my test version, provided by Google just a day ago, relied on a T-Mobile SIM card tapping into an HSPA + network. It's the version, which happens to be ...
| |APNU promises a Digital Guyana by 2015
The coalition in its manifesto launched Friday night at a rally in New Amsterdam, stated that it is convinced that only a nation-wide ultra-high speed broadband network will allow Guyana to fully embrace and exploit the “boundless opportunities” of an ...
| |Consumer Broadband Adoption Trends by Connected Nation
Broadband Expert (blog)
Communities, families and individuals can realize great economic and social advantages when broadband availability is accelerated in underserved areas and broadband use is increased in all areas, rural and urban, alike. That's what Connected Nation, ...
| |Sprint attacks T-Mobile merger
Instead Dan Hesse has been focusing on getting Sprint Nextel back on track and laying out a 4Gstrategy that involves a significant network infrastructure upgrade called 'Network Vision,' a switch from WiMax to LTE technology and a network sharing deal ...
| |Tech trouble may delay upgrade to police cars
Muskogee Daily Phoenix
City councilors wanted to upgrade that to fourth generation, or 4G, technology without additional costs. Staff members in charge of the project assured councilors that the upgrade would be accomplished without additional costs. ...
| |Kathy Annette on Broadband « Blandin on Broadband
By Ann Treacy
It was nice to hear a few words form the new Blandin Foundation President and CEO at the Border to Border Broadband Conference. Kathy Annette has been in her position for two months. It's great to hear how broadband fits into the larger ...
Blandin on Broadband
| |Review: HTC EVO Design 4G - BriefMobile
By Will Verduzco
HTC EVO Design 4G. There's just something about the EVO line. Ever since the launch of the original EVO 4G on Sprint in June of last year, the EVO badge has come to signify a high-end device packing tons of firepower. Today, we take a ...
| |AfriMoney.com | Bluetooth and Wi-Fi demystified
In the tech world, you'll hear a number of words from 3G, Bluray, HDMI, Bluetooth, LCD, LED to Wi-Fi and without keen interest for many. Furthermore these are things you really can't avoid unless of course you're irreversibly technologically ...
| |Airtel Broadband Homes
This made no sense to me. But then few things done by airtel these days do. airtel Broadband.
India Broadband Forum Feed
| |Wireless Broadband – Travel Using the Internet « The weakest go to ...
Wireless Broadband – Travel Using the Internet. Posted by admin. Nov 19 2011. Author name: Kelley H.S. Hansel. It is a busy world efficient liv within. If you have a break from your very own office and should you be not there look at the screen ...
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