FCC chairman Tom Wheeler’s new pitch for open internet rules is a shrewdly subtle opening gambit in what is certain to be a tricky political process.
Should a deal for Time Warner Cable happen, the merger review process would offer an opportunity for the FCC and antitrust regulators together to take a more comprehensive view of net neutrality than the FCC’s previous rules would admit.
Though it’s sitting on its own trove of mobile broadband spectrum, Dish is looking for partners to provide fixed wireless LTE access to its customers homes. Sprint and nTelos are both working with Dish in trials.
Google is removing the velvet ropes from its white spaces database in the U.S. Any device maker can now search their locales for unused TV frequencies and stake a claim on those airwaves.
Three laps around around the world will mean the balloons need to stay aloft for 100 days. According to Google materials engineers, that’s a much more difficult task than you might think.
We’re surrounded by broadband connections wherever we go, but we’re not allowed to access them. What if we could connect to every network we encounter? At Mobilize 2013 we’re advocating for a broadband commons.
Pioneer’s new $599 AppRadio2, a smart, 7-inch capacitive touch display radio supports both iOS and Android phones. It includes an external GPS, rear-camera input, and of course, smartphones with compatible apps. Looks like a great way to get Pandora, Waze, or Rdio integrated with your car!