A two-year ban stays in place, even though no one is allowed to know why it exists.
Articles tagged "broadband"
Twenty percent of America doesn't use the internet—and half of those with no access simply can't afford it.
Thirteen years after President Clinton announced he'd bring the Navajo Nation online, it's finally happening.
Everybody wants high-speed internet, but should Google have the final say in how we get it?
Without fast service, rural communities are starting to grow their own.
Who wants to buy 8,000 miles of public fiber-optic internet?
The FCC delivered a fun new map last month showing the various areas in the US that still lack 3G or 4G wireless coverage, based on the most recent census results. No surprise: it’s a lot! Or I guess it shouldn’t be surprising, but I think it’s…
Jumping off a bus in the middle of the night, I walk down the side of a Vietnamese highway with my friend, Pascal. It's extremely dark and full of crickets outside -- beside the occasional blare of another bus whizzing past. The blinking blue dot on
Like some sort of archangel descended from internet heaven, Google has bathed Stanford University in glorious high-speed goodness as part of the beta test of their new gigabit fiber network. Since the program was announced, the service, which is now
h4. Denali, Alaska (Flickr / "just - jen":http://www.flickr.com/photos/whetzel/88580884/sizes/z/in/photostream/) The U.S. Commerce Dept. released a $200 million map of broadband access in the U.S., which shows that a tenth of the country lacks bro…