Many of the laws restricting local voters’ rights were directly written by a telecom sector terrified of real broadband competition.
Limited oversight, no competition, and state corruption aren’t a recipe for broadband success.
In reality, the real threat posed by community broadband is to big telecom’s monopoly revenues.
Researchers imagine a self-sufficient internet of drones.
How the PLATO system, a pre-internet online platform that first came to life at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign in the 1960s, quietly fostered some of the first digital natives.
As social networks grow louder, picking quality memes grows harder.
When a handshake is much more than a handshake.
The Weather Channel app is rolling out mesh networking capabilities for users in developing countries hit by climate change and natural disasters.
Researchers offer an explanation for and solution to that annoying wait for an access point to actually connect.
Most of the complaints came from concerned parents, since the FCC is obviously to blame in this situation, right?