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Date: 07.12.2017
For many of the large, powerful internet companies who have signed on to today’s net neutrality protest, the real issue here is not protecting the open internet, but protecting their bottom lines.    The protest consists mostly of prominently displayed “spinning wheels of doom”—the universally reviled data...
Date: 07.03.2017
Every year, Americans celebrate Independence Day on July 4 with food, fireworks and fun! These days, celebrating is made easier thanks to broadband connectivity. So hop on the internet to maximize your celebration this Independence Day and every day! Apps on smartphones: Mobile apps make travel planning easy. Hopper tells you when to book a...
Date: 06.29.2017
It’s hard to believe it has been ten years since Apple introduced the iPhone to the world. Today, June 29, Apple celebrates the tenth anniversary of making the iPhone available to consumers. Who knew this super-hyped, newfangled gadget (once nicknamed the jPhone short for “Jesus phone” due to its would-be miraculous...
Date: 06.28.2017
There is consensus among consumers and internet service providers that modern net neutrality safeguards are good for America’s digital democracy and the information economy. There is some disagreement, however, about the legal authority behind the enforcement of net neutrality and whether it demands utility-style regulations. The FCC’s...
Date: 06.22.2017
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s ViaSat – the newest provider offering broadband connectivity. The company has been building broadband-providing satellites since 2016, and successfully launched its ViaSat-2 satellite into orbit last week. Built by Boeing Commercial Satellite Systems, the company’s ViaSat-2 will be able to...
Date: 06.12.2017
American consumers are now using their home broadband connection for more than just browsing the internet, e-commerce and social networking. More than 70 percent of all fixed-access broadband usage during peak evening hours is credited to streaming audio and video, according to Sandvine’s 2016 Global Internet Phenomena Report. Just five...
Date: 06.09.2017
A new report from Cisco projects that global and U.S. Internet Protocol (IP) traffic will grow at double-digit rates over the next five years. Global traffic will nearly triple while U.S. traffic will grow two-and-a-half times, according to Cisco’s latest Visual Networking Index (VNI). Increased internet adoption, faster broadband, next...
Date: 05.31.2017
Last year, an estimated 1.6 billion people worldwide purchased goods online, while 72 percent of Americans have at some point used a shared or on-demand service.  That’s thanks to the so-called “platform economy,” which connects consumers and producers online. Online businesses are growing faster than brick-and-mortar...
Date: 05.26.2017
Memorial Day is a time to reflect on the tremendous sacrifices made by members of our armed services. A long-standing priority of the U.S. military is ensuring that service members are able to stay in touch with loved ones no matter where they are deployed. Fortunately, new technologies and high-speed broadband service now makes it much easier...
Date: 05.25.2017
While women’s voices are widely used in artificial intelligence (AI) technologies— just listen to Siri or Alexa—women are underrepresented in the AI industry. By 2018, the number of enterprises using AI is expected to reach 62 percent, according to a survey by Narrative Science, a company that has created AI-powered language...

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