Rural America Is Building Its Own Internet Because No One Else Will
Big Telecom has little interest in expanding to small towns and farmlands, so rural America is building its own solutions.
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.
If Sandpoint, Idaho Can Support a Gigabit Fiber ISP, So Can Your Town
“If I can profit there, I'll profit anywhere.”
Huntsville’s Model for Google Fiber Is the Future of Broadband
The city "put a nail in the coffin of telephone and cable monopolies."
Why It’s Taking So Long to Get to 5G
5G promises a super high-speed wireless infrastructure for the Internet of Things. Here’s how it would work.
Google’s Free Gigabit Internet for Public Housing Is No Replacement for Reform
Should we be happy that things could be worse?
Gigabit Internet Prices in This Small Town May One Day Beat Google Fiber
Municipal internet is alive and kicking.
Google Fiber Is Too Popular for Its Own Good
Faced with a six-month wait for a new Fiber installation, prospective customers in Kansas City are going to competitors.
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.
This Gigabit Broadband Still Makes Use of Old Copper Wires
A little bit of it, anyway.
This Rural Community Is Building Its Own Gigabit Internet Network
The B4RN project has already connected 400 homes in the British countryside, and it's faster than the big guys.
No, Google Fiber Isn't Coming to New York Any Time Soon
When can the rest of us expect gigabit internet?