The City That Was Saved by the Internet
Job opportunities are drying up in towns without broadband. Chattanooga, Tennessee turned around its fortunes by building the fastest internet in the United States.
What Went Wrong With Google Fiber?
Google Fiber won’t save you, people, so maybe it’s time to take matters into your own hands.
Google Fiber Is Losing the Gigabit Race—All According to Plan
AT&T and other traditional ISPs are racing to compete with Google around the country, which is exactly what we need.
If Sandpoint, Idaho Can Support a Gigabit Fiber ISP, So Can Your Town
“If I can profit there, I'll profit anywhere.”
101 US Cities Have Pledged to Secure High Speed Internet
Sticking it to the telecom giants, even if the cities need to build it themselves.
22 Towns in Massachusetts Are Building Their Own Gigabit Fiber Network
"For too long we’ve been making do with satellite, DSL or wireless internet. Fiber will render these as obsolete as a dial-up connection."
A Startup Offering Gigabit Fiber Is Expanding to a Second Comcast-Dominated City
"We want to blow this thing up, and we want disruptive services at disruptive pricing," the city says.
House Republicans Are Killing the Dream of Local High-Speed Fiber Internet
Government for the people, by the people—except when telecom money says otherwise.