"Will broadband stimulus round 2 lure
Analysis of Major Changes to Broadband
NATIONAL BROADBAND PLAN
"If your kids are awake, they're probably
online" -- "The average young American
now spends practically every waking
minute - except for the time in school
using a smart phone, computer, televi-
sion or other electronic device, accord-
ing to a new study from the Kaiser
(Is the US building the infrastructure
theyll need to keep up with their
peers in Asia and Europe? JB)
"A 'National Broadband Plan: One
more solution in search of a problem"
"Will FCC's National Broadband Plan
France offers low-interest loans to boost
telecom infrastructure outside of major
“Policy Watch: FCC Broadband Update”
"Is telecom infrastructure peaking?"
Free Press on USF modernization
"Transparency is good but intelligence
"Verizon says net neutrality rules un-
FTC Chairman Jon “Leibowitz Gives
Strong Support to FCC Net Neutrality
“Scandanavian Operator Gets Ready
for HSPA at 42 Mbps” peak speeds
20-30 Mbps at user level
"Why TV needs to keep its spectrum"
"RFID System Tracks Firefighters in
Real Time, Improves Incident Manage-
Logan Airport allows free Wi-Fi: "After
a Google promotion last November that
offered free Wi-Fi to visitors of 47 differ-
ent airports, Logan saw Wi-Fi use surge
six fold -- and apparently liked it. Logan
wasn't alone; Seattle-Tacoma (SeaTac)
also decided to offer free Wi-Fi after
the Google promotion."
“Analyst: AT&T must boost cap-ex to
"Miami Beach's $5M network sees
“AT&T-Wireless Price War Debunked”
"4 things that could keep 3-D TV out
of your living room"
“Do You Have Any Right To Legal
Privacy for Information Stored Online?”
GAO issues report on FCC processes
and transparency . . .
... "Brain drain, admin failure threaten
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