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'Personal flying machine' maker plans deliveries this year

A Silicon Valley "flying car" startup reportedly backed by Google co-founder Larry Page released a video Monday of its Kitty Hawk prototype and announced plans for deliveries of a "personal ...

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Canada Kills Carrier’s Plan To Offer Unlimited Music To Customers

Over in the US, you have carriers such as T-Mobile who offer up music and movie streaming plans for its customers that do not eat into their regular data. Basically as long as you are streaming ...

23 hours ago from Ubergizmo

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Internet of the future via massive mobile antennae technology

Mobile base stations for 5G solutions will consist of hundreds of small antennas. Benefits include faster transmission, improved energy efficiency, better security and wider coverage. Researchers ...

15 hours ago from

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How Dish Network could shake up your wireless service - CNET

The way your service looks in coming years could rest in the hands of a satellite TV provider. Seriously.

Sun 23 Apr 17 from CNET Cutting Edge

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Facebook Aims to Remake Telecom With Millimeter Waves and Tether-tennas

Facebook's Yael Maguire talks about millimeter wave networks, Aquila, and flying tethered antennas at the F8 developer conference

Wed 19 Apr 17 from IEEE Spectrum

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Britain's bungling broadband giants are shamed

Frequent price rises, connection drop outs, unreliable speeds and ‘woeful’ customer service saw TalkTalk, BT, Sky and EE shamed as the Britain's worst providers in a Which? survey.

Thu 20 Apr 17 from Daily Mail

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Verizon CEO: We’d consider merger with almost anyone, including Comcast

No deal is imminent as Verizon CEO claims no one has the fiber to match Verizon.

Wed 19 Apr 17 from Arstechnica

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Telecom lobbying muscle kills privacy rules

The telecom industry's lobbying muscle pushed a consumer privacy measure to a swift death in Congress.

Mon 17 Apr 17 from

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FCC helps AT&T and Verizon charge more by ending broadband price caps

Business Internet price caps eliminated even when customers have only one choice.

Thu 20 Apr 17 from Arstechnica

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The government just wrapped a major auction that’ll shape the future of the Internet

T-Mobile, Dish and Comcast were the big winners.

Thu 13 Apr 17 from The Washington Post

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