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posted in June 2008
The Wyoming resort community's network is based on the WiMax Forum-approved Alvarion base station.
France Telecom and Sweden's TeliaSonera would have presented a major competitive threat to Vodafone Group and Deutsche Telekom in Europe.
Sprint, Verizon, and Alltel phones can now be used on the MetroFlash flat-rate wireless service for a $40 a-month fee.
The terms of the settlement, which involved an award of cash and Facebook stock, was ordered sealed by the judge.
The football league suggested the FCC could use the Baltimore Ravens' M&T Bank Stadium and the Washington Redskins' FedExField in Landover, Md.
People attending the Glastonbury Festival in England will find new ways to recharge their cell phones.
For the user who has to be always connected, the Wi-Fi system offers speeds of 600 to 800 Kbps on the downlink and 200 Kbps on the uplink.
The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority said it was launching Wi-Fi on its commuter boat service following its successful launch of free Wi-Fi on some MBTA rail service.
The American Electronics Association said 51 of the nation's top 60 urban areas have been adding high-tech jobs.
The $79.99-a-month "Totally Unlimited" plan has no roaming charges and no mandatory sign-up contract.
A federal appeals court had ruled that AT&T was charging wholesale prices to ISPs that were too high for them to compete with AT&T in the retail market.
Plazes links its mobile phone users with each other as they move about.
Investment banking analysts speculated that the proposed $35 billion takeover price would be revised because of the generally deteriorating financial climate.
The plan to reconfigure parts of the wireless spectrum is designed to prevent interference with public-safety communications systems.
Cable TV companies complained that Verizon offered discounts and other promotions to keep consumers in the telco's fold.
The planned cutover of Verizon landlines in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont has been delayed for 60 days and is now scheduled for November.
The laser-jet and commercial printer operations will form one unit, while the ink-jet and consumer supplies operations will constitute another. The third unit will focus on billboards, signs, and professional photography.
The company will increase its fastest Internet access offering from 30 Mbps (download) and 15 Mbps (upload) to a faster 50/20 Mbps service.
Computer engineer Neil Entwistle is charged with murdering his wife and baby daughter in a Massachusetts case.
The company is exploring alternatives so it can roll out high-speed broadband Internet and video to rural areas where it may be too expensive to deploy its FiOS service.
Growth is expected to be influenced by broadband penetration and mobile applications over the next five years, according to a PricewaterhouseCoopers' report.
The original project ran into financing problems, and EarthLink pulled out of the effort after spending an estimated $20 million on its early deployment stage.
The online video platform update will deliver long-form, broadcast-quality content without proprietary software plug-ins.
The company has not decided on a location for the new facility, but said it hopes to have it open in its fiscal year ending June 30, 2009.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission suggested that it would likely block eBay's effort to require all Australian trades to use PayPal for payments.
The networking company predicts that Internet traffic will grow at a combined annual rate of 46% through 2012.
The manufacturer of advanced cell phone components increased its revenue and earnings projections based on strong second quarter results.
FCC Chairman Kevin Martin favors federal oversight of cell phone cancellation fees rather than a patchwork of policies from the 50 states.
Major U.S. providers including Verizon Wireless, AT&T, and Alltel have already committed to deploying Long Term Evolution wireless technology.
Starbucks customers will be able to obtain Wi-Fi service via three plans -- the Starbucks Rewards plan, T-Mobile's plan, and AT&T's plan.
The 3G-based wireless technology is popping up in networking equipment including ones capable of downloading an entire HD feature movie in less than 7 minutes.
The panel of enterprise 2.0 enthusiasts tried to explain why the nascent technology of wikis, e-mails, blogs, and forums hasn't taken large organizations by storm.
The government's private wiki is a solution to the age-old problem of getting important information into the hands of intelligence agency people who can put it to good use.
Members of the Open Patent Alliance include Alcatel-Lucent, Cisco, Clearwire, Intel, Samsung Electronics, and Sprint Nextel.
The wireless carrier says it has the exclusive rights to sell its Internet services at Starbucks until specific stores are converted to AT&T.
The service features use of Yahoo e-mail, Gmail, AOL Mail, Hotmail, Windows Live Mail, and Microsoft Exchange corporate accounts.